Mumbai attack: India snubs Pak on court rejection of evidence
"Our belief is that the evidence collected by the Commission is of evidential value," Home Secretary R K Singh told reporters here.
He was reacting to the ruling of a Rawalpindi court today which said all findings of a judicial commission that visited India were illegal and could not be made part of the evidence against the 26/11 accused.
The court is hearing the terror case against seven 26/11 accused, including Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi.
Singh said New Delhi was aware of the ruling of the Pakistani court and would seek a copy of it from the authorities there through Indian High Commission in Islamabad.