New Delhi, May 5: India is likely to get access to David Coleman Headley, the LeT operative who confessed to his role in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, in May, CNN IBN reported.
A 7-member team, accompanied by lawyer and a magistrate will reportedly be flying to US this month.
Headley will be interrogated by National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the External Intelligence Agency Officials.
US court will decide the date of Headley's interrogation.
Headley has been linked to the arrested Pakistani-American Faisal Shahzan, who has been held in connection with the failed Times Square bombing on Saturday, May 1.