Headley to be cross-examined for 4 days

Headley to be cross-examined for 4 days

Headley to be cross-examined for 4 days

 The cross-examination of Pakistani-American terror agent David Coleman Headley alias Daood Gilani is expected to go on for four days.

The cross-examination would be conducted by Abdul Wahab Khan, defence lawyer of Sayed Zaibuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal — an Indian facing trial in the Mumbai terror attacks. The examination-in-chief was conducted between February 8-13 by special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam.

The proceedings which was conducted through video-conferencing from an undisclosed destination in the United States before the court of Additional Sessions Judge G A Sanap.

After Khan informed that he was going to cross-examine Headley for four days, Judge Sanap asked Nikam to contact the Department of Justice in the US and check their availability and inform the court by February 25.