Islamabad: The Pakistani anti-terror court conducting the trial of 26/11 Mumbai attack suspects on Tuesday ruled that the report of a commission that visited India to question key witnesses was illegal.
The anti-terror court said the commission's report will not be made part of the evidence against the Mumbai attack accused.
The judicial commission had visited India in March and held a close-door meeting in Mumbai with special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam in connection with the case.
The Pak court conducting the trial in the case has ruled that the report of the commission that recently visited India was illegal.
The team also recorded the statements of key witnesses in the case, the metropolitan magistrate who took the confessional statement of the lone surviving terrorist Mohd Ajmal Amir Kasab and the Chief Investigating Officer.
(With additional information from PTI)