Yes, you can find this in UNESCO website (37th and 36th session) as well as ICMOS evaluation report.
No names or nationalities that I can see in the ICOMOS evaluation. All that is written is " Consultations.
ICOMOS consulted its International Scientific Committee on Fortifications and Military Heritage as well as several independent experts.
Technical Evaluation Mission.
An ICOMOS technical evaluation mission visited the property from 23 August to 2 September 2011. "
So no indication of nationality etc of anyone. The ICOMOS policy on this is "It is ICOMOS policy to choose for technical evaluation missions experts who originate from the region concerned, but not from the country concerned. While thus avoiding situations which could generate conflicts of interest or could be perceived as generating conflicts of interest, this arrangement has the advantage of involving in the evaluation process in the field people who are able to evaluate the conditions of the property in relation to local data"
So, presumably it wasn't only "westerners" who carried out the mission??
If India is "claiming" that only persons from India are capaple of understanding the nuances of its architectural styles then
a. It is not going to get that
b. Perhaps it needs to do a better job initially in explaining the issues in its Nomination papers and in making knowledgeable experts available!
In fact Pakistan got Rohtas Fort inscribed some years earlier with the assiistance of this multi-national group of experts which I believe includes Pakistani nationals -"Military architecture in the geo-cultural region Central and South Asia: a comparative study by Niels Gutschow, lhsan Nadiem. Abdul Rehman, and Zeki Siinmez (January 1997) and Fort de Rohtas, Pakistan: Etude comparative by Pierre Brun (April
Niels Gutchow is German, Zeki Sinmez is, I think, Turkish, Pierre Brun is probalby French and the other 2 probably Pakistani.