Rawalpindi, Oct 3: For the second time this week, Pakistan adjourned the 26/11 trial. The anti-terrorism court on Saturday, Oct 3 adjourned trial in the Mumbai terror attack case till Oct 10.
The trial was expected to begin in Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi on Oct 3 after it was adjourned last Saturday, Sep 26 as the judge of the anti-terrorism court failed to turn up.
The court was to hear cases against seven accused who allegedly masterminded the 2008 attacks which killed above 150 people. The suspects include Lashkar-e-Toiba chief Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi and communications expert Zarar Shah.
This comes as a major disappointment to India which has been pressurising its neighbour to prosecute those involved in the 2008 terror attacks.