RAWALPINDI - AN anti-terrorism court (ATC) here Saturday recorded the statements of two witnesses of prosecution in Mumbai attack case and adjourned the hearing till November 29. ATC No 1 Judge Shahid Raffique, during trial of seven accused arrested in Pakistan in connection with Mumbai attack, held at Adyala Jail, recorded the statements of Inspector Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan and Assistant Director (AD) Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Qamar Zaman. Later, the court deferred till 22 November 2011 the hearing of Mumbai attack case. The seven accused Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, Hammad Amin Sadiq, Shahid Jamil Riaz, Muhammad Younis Anjum, Jamil Ahmed, Abdul Wajid and Mazhar Iqbal were also present in the courtroom. FIA Prosecutor, while talking to media men, said that out of 40 prosecution witnesses of the Mumbai attack case, so far five have recorded their statements. He said that the defence lawyers were using dallying tactics in a bid to prolong Mumbai attack case.