Death Sentence of Mohammed Ajmal Mohammed Amir Kasab Executed The petition for clemency filed by condemned prisoner Mohammed Ajmal Mohammed Amir Kasab was rejected by the President on 5th November, 2012. The sentence was executed today at 7.30 a.m. at Yeravada Central Prison, Yeravada, Pune.

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  1. Arvind Kishore says:

    Dear Indians,

    Kasab……….. after a lengthy trial ……hanged… In a proven case like this such abnormal delay is surprising. So is the case of Afzal Guru…. aparliment attacker…What is the mind sent of Govt. is delaying the process. No politics please…………do the justice to the nation and its citizen…..Patriotic lessons should be the part of system at primary level education… so that all should understand it in the early age how important it is……Again a request no politics please on such a sensitive issue………..JAI HIND JAI BHARAT JAI HINDUSTAN

  2. mariappan says:

    MUMBAI: To keep him safe, the state has already spent more than Rs 50 crore. In his execution, the budget permitted by an archaic law is only Rs 50.
    Not just this, the confirmation of death sentence for Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab, for his role in the 26/11 attacks in the city that left 166 dead, has turned the spotlight on other quirks of a set of rules framed well over a century ago.
    Swati Deshpande, TNN Aug 31, 2012, 01.04AM IST

  3. P.K. Sakthivel says:

    It is toooooooo late to decide on such matters. It is great(?) that Indian Political system / Indian Government has finally decided boldly and hanged the enemy of the country who waged a war against the country and killed innocent people ruthlessly. Atleast, henceforth, can we rest assured that the Government would take stern action against such enemies of our country, without any hesitation/reservation / consideration.

  4. Bimal Makwana says:

    Very Good. Now it is a question when Afjal Guru will be hanged. Because he also attacked on Parliament and Supreme Court already awarded death penalty.

  5. Ram Babu says:

    Sometimes the govt. decides not to keep some matters pending forever. The reasons for this courageous act will be known later.(in instalments)

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