Pakistan offers joint commission to probe Mumbai attacks
Daily Times Monitor
LAHORE: Pakistan has officially offered India to from a joint commission to probe the Mumbai terror attacks, a private TV channel reported on Sunday. According to the channel, Pakistan has offered India that a commission should be formed consisting of experts from the United States, United Kingdom, India and Pakistan to investigate the Mumbai attacks. The channel quoted its sources as saying that during his recent visit to Islamabad, British Premier Gordon Brown had suggested that the UK would mediate between India and Pakistan if both countries agreed to set up a joint probe commission. The sources said Pakistan, while considering the British PM’s suggestion, had declared that the four-nation probe commission would be more effective, adding Ajmal Kasab should be interrogated by an impartial country.