STATEMENTS of key witnesses in the Mumbai attack case in an anti-terror court in Mumbai will be forwarded by India to Pakistan, reported Indian media on Sunday. The 7th dossier includes certified copies of the statements by witnesses. The statement includes the deposition of a magistrate before whom the lone captured gunman Ajmal Kasab had given a voluntary confession of his alleged involvement. It also includes testimony by FBI officials. The magistrates statement is significant as she told the trial court that Kasab had disclosed before her that the conspiracy was hatched in Pakistan by Lashkar-e-Taiba. The fresh dossier will be used as evidence in the trial in Pakistan, special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam said in Mumbai on Sunday. The court has allowed the prosecutions plea for certified copies of the statements and within a day or two they will be forwarded to Pakistan through diplomatic channels, Nikam said. Evidence about articles seized from terrorists such as 'rubber boat and food items bearing labels 'Made in Pakistan will also be forwarded to the neighbouring country, Nikam said. Earlier also the government of India had sent evidence to Pakistan in this case, which included confession of Kasab and the voluminous chargesheet filed by the police in the court. APP adds: India has not provided any documents to Pakistan relating to the Mumbai attacks, said the Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit on Sunday Talking to a private TV channel, he said We have asked India again and again to share the information through the Foreign Office rather than sharing it through the Indian media, he said.