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Kasab May get Life or Death, Brains behind, will they be punished ?


Ajamal Kasab, the face that terrorised, the Indians, and the living Villain of 26/11 Terror attack on Indian Security and the City of Mumbai

 Jamal Kasab, who is this man, is a Hindu, A Muslim, A Christian, A Sikh, A Jew, A Buddhist, or an Atheist, No I do not, this he is any of this. He is a Terrorist, and a Terrorist is a sick fellow, who does not even have value for his life, and he enjoys killing innocent people. These people are Criminals, and Enemies… of Mankind.

 They are worst than animals. They need no sympathy. Justice and the rule of the land have to prevail. Think of this nation India, It gave a fair trial to a person who did have right to live for a minute going by his heinous crime which created havoc and killed hundreds of innocent people, in together with his other inhuman lot.

On 26/11 when World Shocked to the acts of terror unleashed by these Animals worst than beasts. The brains who consipired, will Pak hand them over to India, how many more will get exposed by Headly, one of the important conspirators with the masked conspirators from across, boarder.

Pakistan is the worst effected. Pakistan, with the terror of the conspirators,  Life normal Pakistani is filled with fear and threat to his life and property with the tick of the clock, and Pakistan has witnessed henious and most horrific cirmes by terror groups, the Country has not learned its lesson even in loss of their Dynamic Leader Benazir Bhutto to the bullets of Terrorist.  

When will Pakistan come out openly and punish and expose the whole terror net which is a threat to Pakistan too.

Will it be death for Ajmal Kasab or a life term in prison? The 26/11 trial court will share its decision on Thursday.

The prosecution and defence have both ended their arguments. While the prosecution wants the death sentence, Kasab’s lawyer has appealed for leniency on the grounds that he’s just 22 years old.

The public prosecutor, Ujjwal Nikam, attacked Kasab for two hours, describing him as “worse than a wild beast… Kasab is a killing machine… and the orders for this machine came from Pakistan.”

Like Monday, when he was declared guilty of waging war and murder, Kasab, dressed once again in a white kurta-pyjama and unshaven, kept his head bowed throughout Nikam’s arguments. Kasab was found guilty on more than 80 of the 86 charges brought against him for planning and executing the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai.

Nikam laid out eight arguments on why Kasab deserves to be hanged, among them, that the 26/11 attacks was meticulously planned and that policemen and defenceless civilians were “mercilessly butchered.” The prosecutor also argued that Kasab wanted to inspire others to take part in fidayeen or suicide attacks.

As an example of why Kasab should get the death penalty, Nikam said that the terrorist had expressed disappointment that he landed at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) after rush hour on 26/11/2008. Kasab had anticipated a busier station, based on CDs he had been shown of CST before the attack, Nikam said. The prosecutor also said that in his confession to the Mumbai police, Kasab said that he was upset that he could not kill more people at the station. At CST, Kasab killed close to 60 people in an hour with his partner, Abu Ismail.

Photographs taken by newspaper photographers of Kasab, taken in action while firing at CST’s passengers and shopkeepers, showed that “he enjoyed the acts of murder,” said Nikam. The terrorist “was happy to see people in pain and anguish as a result of his firing,” the prosecutor stressed.

Meanwhile Kasab’s lawyer, KP Pawar, pleaded with the court to consider a life sentence instead. Kasab was only 21 when he participated in the attack against Mumbai, and he acted under the influence of terrorist group Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), he pleaded.

Even if judge ML Tahaliyani decides on the death penalty on Thursday, it will not be implemented immediately. Kasab has the option of appealing to higher courts, and can also file a mercy petition for the consideration of President Pratibha Patil.

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