On Tuesday, a court in Pakistan, in an impediment to the trial of the seven suspects who were charged of being involved in the Mumbai attack of 2008, ruled out all the findings of the judicial commission which visited India, claiming them to be illegal.
The judgement also said that none of those evidences can be counted and used against the alleged. The judge from the antiterrorism court of law (no-1) at Rawalpindi, Chaudhry Habib-ur-Rehman, is the person who said that all the proceedings as well as the reports of the Judicial Commission (Pakistan) were illegal.
Kwaja Haris Ahmed who stands to be the counsel for an accused, Zakiur, Rehman-Lakhvi, the Lashkar-e-Taiba commander also acknowledged the court’s judgement and said that the court holds the true right to examine whether the commission’s reports and its working strategies are rightful or not.
According to the defenders of the accused, the commission were not permitted to cross-examine the witnesses, thus, making the report illegal.