As scheduled the Bombay High Court went ahead with Ajmal Kasab’s hearing on the 21st February, where the court confirmed his death sentence. The whole subject about Kasab’s fate had come to an end when the court pronounced the death sentence for the 26/11 culprit. Kasab was not physically present at the court but he was watching the entire hearing through video conference.
The court had sentenced Kasab to death last year itself, as he was charged with terrorism, killings and waging war against India, but on Monday his death sentence was confirmed. After the death sentence was pronounced on him, he has a full right to appeal against this verdict in the Supreme Court of India.
If considered, Kasab’s fate is officially over, as the death sentence pronounced over him confirms in wrongdoings and guilt against India. During the video conference Kasab did not react to the sentence given to him by the Bombay High Court, as if he knew what was the outcome. Ajmal Kasab was kept in a special bomb and bullet proof cell at the Arthur Road Jail.