Will it be death for Ajmal Kasab or a life term in prison? The decision will be out today.The special 26/11 trial court in Mumbai heard the arguments on Tuesday and will announce the quantum of sentence today. While the prosecution wants death sentence for Kasab, his lawyer has appealed for leniency on the grounds that he’s just 22 years old.
Kasab is India’s costliest prisoner. Around 35 crore rupees have been spent to keep him in jail till now. If sentenced to death, Kasab will be the 52nd person on death row in India. Read Full Story From Publisher