Sunday, July 26, 2009

Kasab Verdict: Will it be concluded?


Although Kasab’s trick was to conclude the 26/11 trial, with his "innocent confession" which has not worked, This is one more example of Indian justice with Ajmal Amir Kasab's collateral plea for death punishment. Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru is still not being hanged yet, so naturally Kasab will be enjoying his remaining life in tight security in Indian judicial. Are we paying tax for this?

Once the high court disposes of the situation, there will not be any more holdups to Kasab’s the death sentence. The government should continue with his capital punishment even if the appeals are filed by well wishers.

Its verdict, Kasab’s case can well be at odds not only due to the public shout for his capital punishment but also because the possibility whether it is based on his confession or not. We have so many incident faced like Kargil war, 26/11, Delhi Parliament attack, Jaipur Bomb blast, many more, still we are taking trials of all these terrorists. I doubt, again one day in future, there will be 'Kandhar hijack' again, and will be demanding to release all these terrorist by making innocent citizen as scapegoat.
The home ministry still has so many pleas for mercy from these terrorists. Around a bunch of 28 mercy petitions filed including convicted in the Rajiv Gandhi murder case, seeking commutation of capital sentence to life verdict. Afzal is on 22nd in that list of 28.

I am sure, when Kasab is on his plea for death sentence; he may also join this line for commutation ahead of the home ministry.

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