RAWALPINDI  – Anti-Terrorism Court in Rawalpindi on Friday approved a plea to send the records of the trial of seven suspects charged with involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks along with a judicial commission that is set to visit India to interview key officials.

ATC judge Shahid Rafique accepted the Federal Investigation Agency’s application to send the records of the trial and other court documents to the Indian judge who will work with the Pakistani judicial commission when it visits Mumbai. The FIA had filed the application in court on Tuesday and the judge announced his decision the following day, sources said. Judge Rafique assigned a court clerk the task of acting as the custodian of the records of the case.