India to send more proof to Pak in 26/11 case

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Ujjwal Nikam
New Delhi, Oct 18: Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam on Sunday, Oct 18 said that the statements of key witnesses in the 26/11 case in an anti-terror court will be forwarded by India to Pakistan.

Speaking to reporters here, Nikam said that the court has allowed the prosecution's plea for certified copies of the statements and within a day or two they will be forwarded to Pakistan through diplomatic channels.

The statement of witnesses, includes the deposition of a magistrate before whom the lone captured Pakistani gunman Mohammad Ajmal Kasab had given a voluntary confession of his alleged involvement in the Nov 26 attacks.

"Besides, the statements would also include deposition of foreign nationals and seizures of some articles recovered from terror sites such as Hotels Taj and Oberoi and Nariman House," Nikam said.

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