RAWALPINDI - Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Prosecutor Chauhdry Zulfiqar Ali apprised the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Tuesday that they would request to Indian government to provide a new schedule for the 10-member Judicial Commission after it could not fly to India owing to demise of a defence lawyer.The 10-member Judicial Commission would record the statements of Ajmal Kasab, the sole survivor of Mumbai attack and other witnesses in India. ATC No 1 Judge Shahid Raffique, who took up the trial at Adyala Jail, put off the proceeding in Mumbai attack case till February 11, 2012 after the new defence lawyer Khuwaja Haris pleaded the court that he would be able to fly to India after attending the Chehlum of his deceased father Khuwaja Sultan on January 12, 2012, therefore, the court should provide him time in this regard. The defence lawyer also submitted his passport before the court on the occasion to meet the legal formalities for Indian visa issuance.Meanwhile, the defence lawyer got back the three different applications after the FIA Prosecutor Chaudhry Zulfiqar Ali assured him that all the documents used against the arrested men as evidence would be provided to the defense council.It is pertinent to mention here that JC was scheduled to reach Mumbai India on February 1, 2012 and had to record all the statements by February 10, 2012. JC, headed by an Indian magistrate, is to record the confessional statement of Ajmal Kasab, the lone survivor in Mumbai attack and other witnesses including the police officers, doctors and other officials connected with the case of 2008 Mumbai attacks.A total of seven men Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Hammad Ameenn Sadiq, Shahid Jamil Riaz, Younas Anjum, Jamil Ahmed, Mazhar Iqbal and Abdul Majid was arrested in Pakistan in connection with Mumbai attack and have been facing trial in ATC since 2009.