26/11: Home ministry rejects mercy plea of Ajmal Kasab
By IANS - NEW DELHI
23rd October 2012 05:32 PM
India's home ministry Tuesday recommended the rejection of the mercy petition of Pakistani terrorist and 26/11 lone survivor Ajmal Kasab.
The mercy petition to the president, made by Kasab after the Supreme Court upheld his death sentence, has been rejected and the recommendation in this regard forwarded to the president, a home ministry spokesman told IANS.
Kasab was one of 10 Pakistanis who sailed into India from Pakistan and landed at Mumbai to launch the Nov 26-29 mayhem, which left dead 166 people, including many foreigners.
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