Verdict on Kasab’s fate in 26/11 case tomorrow

via PTI published on May 2, 2010

Mumbai, May 2 : Seventeen months after terror merchants from Pakistan unleashed death and destruction on the country’s financial capital, a court here will pronounce its verdict tomorrow on the fate of lone surviving 26/11 gunman Ajmal Kasab and two alleged Indian conspirators.

Kasab, a native of Faridkot, along with nine slain terrorists, has been charged with killing 166 people, including 25 foreigners, and injuring 304 others at the instance of Lashkar-e-Taiba.

The Indian duo – Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Ahmed – are accused of conspiracy in the brazen attacks. They are alleged to have prepared the maps of terror targets and passed them on to the LeT for execution of their diabolic plan. If held guilty, they may face death penalty.

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