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Kasab can now appeal in SC against death sentence & if SC upholds d death penalty, Kasab the lone 26/11 terrorist who was captured alive can file a mercy petition b4 d President under Article 72 of the Constitution. At present 29 such cases are pending b4 President waiting for a decision on their clemency petition. Based on this Kasab's execution may take years to be decided. Dont you think our judiciary in such cases longer time and the proverb goes "Justice delayed is Justice denied" stands in our India (Bharat Mera Mahaan)??? Y?when other countries take little time to do justice e.g.arab

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Asked by cyrus irani, 22 Feb '11 10:03 am
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Going by past precedents i will not be surprised to see kasab alive for many more years and the issue getting politicized on the basis of religion sooner or later. just look at mazoor azhar, had he & others were to be hanged well in time, there would not have been a kandahar. lets us hope this does not happen in this case too.
Answered by canaqa, 22 Feb '11 11:38 am

 
  
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Arab countries are now retaliating against the prevailing ruling system and may be interested in the Govt. of elected representatives of people to rule or in short democracy. The people of these countries may be fascinated with the democracy in India but we are already experiencing the worst ever effect of the system and this is the result why the culprit who has intruded from outside in our country, killed hundreds of innocent people and committed damage to the property worth crores of rupees and still enjoying life at the cost of Govt. exchequer. This can happen only in India under the pretext of Democracy
Answered by uv dabholkar, 22 Feb '11 10:19 am

 
  
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Is our prez so incapable tha she cannot decide 29 cases in yrs? it is all politics my dear friend. you & me can only talk abt it.
Answered by Rahee, 22 Feb '11 10:17 am

 
  
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If the scenario unfolds in such a manner, may be, it will not be such a bad thing. As he becomes older and older the image of an aged jehadi, suffering form arthritis and coughing away while rotting in the Indian jail, will dampen the inspiration of other wannabe jehadis.
Answered by Vikram, 22 Feb '11 10:14 am

 
  
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Justice in arab countries in almost instant, unless it has a international remification. other points i have already clarified in response to your earlier question
Answered by iqbal seth, 22 Feb '11 10:04 am

 
  
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