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The Pakistan government on Monday gave its consent for a team of Indian legal experts to visit Islamabad this week to finalise the terms of reference for a Pakistani judicial commission that will go to Mumbai to gather evidence on the 2008 terror attacks on the financial hub.
Pakistani officials said they had received a request from India for the visit by the delegation of legal experts on Wednesday to discuss the terms of reference for the judicial commission which is expected to visit India in the near future.
"The Pakistani government has conveyed the consent (for the Indian team's visit). The visiting delegation from India will meet the Attorney General of Pakistan and other law officers to work out the terms of reference in the light of the orders of the trial court," said an official statement issued on Monday night.