Bombay HC Verdict on Kasab's Fate Tomorrow

Mumbai, Feb 20 (PTI) The Bombay High Court will deliver its verdict on the fate of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab tomorrow, nine months after he was pronounced guilty of perpetrating the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and sentenced to death.

The division bench of Justices Ranjana Desai and R V More, apart from pronouncing the judgement on confirmation of death sentence to Kasab, will also deliver its verdict on Maharashtra government's plea against the acquittal of two Indians accused of aiding in commission of the crime.

Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Ahmed had been acquitted by the trial court on May 6, the day it held Kasab guilty and ordered him to be sent to the gallows, on the ground of "doubtful evidence".

The duo was charged with drawing maps of targets and giving them to Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba.


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  • Lavin Noronha, Paladka/Bahrain

    Sun, Feb 20 2011

    Mr. Ismail, nothing will happen, kasab will be fed biryani for life until he dies a natural death. After HC, there will be apeal in Supreme court then it will go to president for mercy petition, already president is over burdened with over 100 mecry petition. At this pace president will take atleast 25 years to review his petition.

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    Sun, Feb 20 2011

    Kasab must be hanged in public in Mumbai.There is nothing left any doubt or curiocities in his convictions.It is beyond doubt that Kasab and his hench mans were raped Mumbai for two days.This is the rarest of rare case hence need to be hanged.

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