26/11 attack: India upset over Pakistan Court ruling

India on Tuesday upset over the ruling passed by the Pakistan Court on the 26/11case said that the evidence collected by a judicial commission in India had evidential value to punish those who were involved in the terrorist attack.
Home Secretary R.K. Singh said that New Delhi was in prior aware of the ruling of the Pakistan Court and would seek a copy of it from the authorities there through the Indian High Commission in Islamabad.
He added that after having a discussion on the judgment passed by the Pakistan Court they shall hold talks with their government as to what they propose to do about it.
He was reacting to the judgment passed by the Rawalpindi Court on Tuesday which stated that all the findings put forth by the commission that visited India were purely illegal and could not be valued as evidences against the 26/11attack.
R.K. Singh told to the reporters in New Delhi that their belief is that the evidence collected by the commission is of evidential value.
The court is hearing the terror case against 26/11accused, including the Lashkar-e-Taiban Commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi.

News report by AR for News Vision online news paper  

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