RAWALPINDI - Lawyers defending the seven suspects charged in the Mumbai attacks case told an anti-terrorism court on Saturday that they were willing to travel to India as part of a judicial commission that will quiz witnesses and officials. FIA prosecutor produced the notification, issued by Interior Ministry for the formation of Judicial Commission for India to record statements of doctors and law-enforcers who remained in touch with victims of Mumbai attack, before ATC No 1. The notification was produced by FIA prosecutor before ATC No 1 Judge Shahid Raffique, who took up the case at Adyala Jail. The court ordered the defence counsels who were willing to be part of JC to provide their details to the court within two days. Later, the judge postponed Mumbai attacks case till December 17. Agencies add: Khwaja Sultan, the counsel for Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi informed the ATC judge that defence lawyers would go to India as part of the judicial commission. My junior Riaz Cheema and I are willing to be part of the commission, Sultan told the judge during proceedings. Judge Rafique asked the prosecution and defence lawyers to submit their passports and other documents to the court by December 17, so that arrangements could be made for their travel at the earliest. In a separate development, prosecutors filed another application in the court that reiterated their request for collecting voice samples of the seven accused. The judge deferred arguments on the application till the next hearing. Defence lawyers had opposed earlier efforts by the prosecution to collect voice samples, saying this is not permitted under Pakistani laws.