RAWALPINDI (Online) - A trial court summoned four prosecution witnesses Saturday to record their statements on 19 November in the Mumbai attack case. ATC Judge Shahid Rafique, who is conducting the trial in the Adiala Jail for security reasons, summoned the witnesses following a delay of several weeks. The case had been held up due to a petition filed in the Lahore High Court by Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the main accused in the case. Lakhvi had sought the transfer of the case from Rawalpindi to Lahore. The LHC dismissed Lakhvis petition on 31 October, saying the matter came under the jurisdiction of the Islamabad High Court. The court said Lakhvi could approach the IHC. Lakhvis counsel Khwaja Sultan said his client had not yet decided whether to approach the Islamabad High Court. Prosecution lawyer Ch Zulfiqar said the ATC had already dismissed Lakhvis petition for shifting the case to Lahore. The govt recently said a judicial commission would soon visit India to interview key persons linked to the probe into Mumbai attacks. The date for the commissions visit is yet to be announced. Interior Minister Rehman Malik said last year that it was necessary for the commission to visit India and interview a magistrate and police officers who were involved in the investigation of the Mumbai attacks. The testimony of the Indian officials is needed to proceed with the prosecution of the Pakistani suspects, he added.