Pak commission`s visit on Mar 14? Doubt persists

Frustrated over the long delay in the 26/11 court proceedings in Pakistan, Home Ministry officials are skeptical over the recent announcement.

Updated: Mar 11, 2012, 10:47 AM IST

New Delhi With Pakistan deferring the visit
of its 26/11 judicial commission yet again, Home Ministry
officials are keeping their fingers crossed on whether the
court-appointed body will arrive here on March 14 to record
statements of key persons involved in the Mumbai attacks case.

Frustrated over the long delay in the 26/11 court
proceedings in Pakistan, Home Ministry officials are skeptical
over the recent announcement that the judicial commission will
arrive here on Wednesday for a four-day visit during which the
members will visit Mumbai and interview all key persons
related to the case.

New Delhi With Pakistan deferring the visit
of its 26/11 judicial commission yet again, Home Ministry
officials are keeping their fingers crossed on whether the
court-appointed body will arrive here on March 14 to record
statements of key persons involved in the Mumbai attacks case.

Frustrated over the long delay in the 26/11 court
proceedings in Pakistan, Home Ministry officials are skeptical
over the recent announcement that the judicial commission will
arrive here on Wednesday for a four-day visit during which the
members will visit Mumbai and interview all key persons
related to the case.

PTI