MUMBAI (Agencies) - Three months after the terror attacks in Mumbai, the Mumbai police filed on Wednesday a voluminous 11,500-page chargesheet naming 44 people, including Pakistani nationals Muhammad Ajmal Amir Kasab and suspected mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi for crimes ranging from murder to "waging war against India". It has also mentioned the names of nine killed assailants involved in the strikes that claimed over 180 lives. The charges were also filed against Kasab's two alleged accomplices, Fahim Ansari and Sabauddin Ahmed, both Indian nationals, whom police believe gave logistical support to the attackers. Ansari and Ahmed both appeared in court. After filing the chargesheet, Special Public Prosecutor Ujjal Nikam told reporters that copies of the same will also be given to Kasab as well as Fahim Ansari and Sabahuddin. Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the suspected mastermind of the 26/11 carnage and believed to be hiding in Pakistan, and Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Yosuf Muzzamil are mentioned in the chargesheet as wanted accused in the case. Nikam said 35 people are wanted in the chargesheet. According to the chargesheet, the group of 10 attackers, who carried out the attack on Mumbai on November 26, were selected out of a group of 32. The Crime Branch, in the chargesheet filed before metropolitan magistrate MJ Mirza, has said that Kasab, an alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba operative, and others were involved in the strikes. "The trial in the Mumbai terror attack case will be conducted amid high security at Mumbai's Arthur Road jail. We want 26/11 terror attacks trial to be over within three to six months," Nikam later added. The Magistrate will commit the case to the Sessions Court on March nine after which trial will begin in a special court set up inside the high security Arthur road Jail, Nikkam said. Judge M L Tahilyani will preside over the trial. Nikkam said the trial is hoped to be concluded in three to six months. Kasab and his associate Muhammad Ismail Khan had allegedly gunned down ATS chief Hemant Karkare, DIG Ashok Kamte and encounter specialist Ashok Kamte in an encounter near the Cama Hospital, besides killing commuters at CST station. The chargesheet also contains Kasab's conversation with his handlers in Pakistan, his interrogation report, besides eyewitness accounts. According to the chargesheet, the attack by gunmen on November 26 killed civilians from India, UK, USA, Israel and other countries. The ingress of the assailants into the city of Mumbai is conclusive proof of the meticulous preparation, planning and training, the chargesheet said. The chargesheet named LT as the mastermind behind the November 26 attacks that killed 183 persons in locations like Hotels Taj and Trident, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and Nariman House. It also lists the weapons and other material seized from the terrorists. It includes 10 AK-47 rifles, 10 pistols, hand-grenades, Nokia mobile handsets, GPS system, IEDs packed with 80 kgs of RDX and 10 satellite phones. In the court, Faheem and Sabauddin's lawyer Ijaz Naqvi alleged that sleuths of Federal Bureau of Investigation were camping in the country and interrogated his clients on several occasions. "What right FBI has to question them without court's permission," asked Naqvi.