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26/11: Pak panel records statement of witnesses

Mumbai, March 17
The nine-member Judicial Commission from Pakistan, here to record statements of four key witnesses in the 26/11 terror attacks case, today concluded proceedings before a local court by taking down versions of investigating officer and two doctors who had done autopsies of the victims.

The proceedings were held in-camera before the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate SS Shinde who will now make a comprehensive report and send it along with the statements of the witnesses to the anti-terror court in Pakistan which is hearing the 26/11 case separately registered in that country. Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam, who headed the prosecution in 26/11 trial, was also present.

The commission recorded the statement of Senior Inspector Ramesh Mahale, who had investigated the terror attacks case.Sources said that Mahale told the commission how the lone surviving Pakistani terrorist, Mohammed Kasab, was overpowered by the police at Girgaum Chowpatty during the attacks. PTI

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