NEW DEHLI: Indian Home Minister P. Chidambaram said that Pakistan had so far given no indication of sending its judicial commission for pursuing the November 26 Mumbai terror attack case, The Hindu reported on Wednesday.
“There is no indication from Pakistan if and when their team would be visiting India. The situation stands where it stood a few weeks ago,” he said while talking to journalists in New Delhi.
The Home minister said that Pakistan should also allow an Indian team to visit their country.
India had agreed to host the Pakistani judicial commission during the Home Secretary-level talks held in March. The commission would have been allowed to record statements of the magistrate, investigating officer and the doctor who had conducted the post-mortem of terrorists who attacked Mumbai on November 26, 2008.
The commission also wanted to interview Indian officials in connection with the trial of seven Pakistani suspects currently in Pakistani prisons in connection with the Mumbai terror attack case.
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