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India to share 26/11 GPS details

India: India will share with the Pakistani Judicial Commission details of the global positioning system (GPS) used by the terrorists involved in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks so as to enable it to match the device with the GPS packing carton found by Pakistani authorities at a house in Karachi. 
The house is believed to be the one that served as the control room for orchestrating the 26/11 strikes. 
Sources said by matching the GPS device used by the 26/11 attackers to navigate in Indian waters on fishing trawler Kuber with the packing carton, Islamabad would be able to clearly establish the role of Pakistani terrorists and the ISI in executing the Mumbai attacks of 2008. 
The Pakistani Judicial Commission is expected to visit India to record the statement of the magistrate who had recorded the confessional statement of Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist of 26/11 attacks, in order to build a case against Lashkar-e-Toiba operatives including Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi. Pakistan is yet to convey to India the dates when it will send the commission to India. 
The number, model of GPS and packaging date of the carton match with the device found in the fishing trawler Kuber, officials said. 
They said this would further strengthen India’s assertion that the 26/11 attackers had come from Pakistan and had the support of Pakistan-based people. 
Source: Indian Express