ISLAMABAD (AFP) Islamabad on Saturday urged New Delhi to allow a Pakistani commission to visit India to gather more evidence for the prosecution of seven suspects linked to the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Interior Minister Rehman Malik had proposed sending a judicial commission to India to record witnesses statements, as the trial of seven suspects continues in Pakistan. The suspects include the alleged mastermind of the attack Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative Zarar Shah. The sole surviving attacker, Ajmal Kasab, is on death row in India after being sentenced to death by a Mumbai court in May. The deputy high commissioner of India in Islamabad, Rahul Kulshreshth, was called to the Foreign Office, and handed a dossier about the attacks and details of commissions proposed visit, the Foreign Ministry said Saturday in a statement. The government of India was requested to facilitate the visit of the proposed commission, the statement said. Further information has been sought from India to facilitate the ongoing Mumbai trial in Pakistan. FO Spokesman asked the Indian government to facilitate the visit of the proposed commission.