26/11: Pak to ask India for cross examination of Mumbai witnesses
Mohammad Azhar Chaudhry, a special prosecutor of the Federal Investigation Agency, said the Pakistan government will write to Indian authorities regarding the cross-examination of the Indian witnesses in order to fulfil legal requirements.
An anti-terrorism court conducting the trial of seven Pakistani suspects charged with planning, financing and executing the 2008 Mumbai attacks yesterday declared as illegal the findings of the Pakistani judicial commission that visited India in March.
Judge Chaudhry Habib-ur-Rehman said another commission could be sent to Mumbai if the governments of India and Pakistan agreed to allow the cross-examination of witnesses.
He further said the testimonies of four Indian witnesses could be used by prosecutors against the Pakistani accused only if Indian authorities allowed defence lawyers to cross-examine the witnesses.
After BJP swept the Rajasthan Assembly polls, BJP's State CM candidate Vasundhara Raje said that the party will work for the development of the State unlike Congress who had deteriorated the State with its bad governance and corruption.
Date 07-12-13, Duration 2:52, Views 28