Pakistan legal panel’s review has evidential value, says India
New Delhi: Irritated over the judgment of a Pakistani trial on the 26/11 situation, Native indian on Wednesday said proof gathered by a Pakistani legal commission payment here had evidential value to penalize those engaged in the toughest ever enemy assault in the nation.
“Our perception is that the proof gathered by the Commission is of evidential value,” Home Assistant RK Singh informed correspondents.
He was responding to the judgment of a Rawalpindi trial on Wednesday which said all conclusions of a legal commission payment that frequented Native indian were unlawful and could not be created aspect of the proof against the 26/11 billed. The trial is listening to the fear situation against seven 26/11 billed, such as Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi. Singh said New Delhi was conscious of the judgment of the Pakistani trial and would search for a duplicate of it from the govt bodies there through Native indian High Commission in Islamabad. “After we go through the reasoning we will talk about with the Pakistan govt as to what they recommend to do about it,” he said.
In a drawback to the justice of seven thinks billed with participation in the 2008 Mumbai strikes, assess of the Rawalpindi centered anti-terrorism trial no. 1, Chaudhry Habib-ur-Rehman said in the transaction that all the process and the review of the Pakistani legal commission payment that frequented Mumbai in April were “illegal”.