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By Kasab's conviction and his death penalty the country has paid tribute to the memories of those who died in the 26/11 attack on the country. The execution sends out a strong message that India can take stern action against those involved in activities that may affect the sovereignty, integrity and security of the country. Comments plz.

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Asked by lily, 23 Nov '12 09:55 am
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Agree! Although there was little sympathy for the terrorist, he was given due process of law in a full and transparent trial. It was important for the country to demonstrate to the world that a free and fair trial had taken place and the judicial process had been fully followed, even though the whole world had seen on television what had happened on 26/11. After laborious and painstaking probe, Kasab was given a fair trial by the judiciary in an impartial manner. However, it's not over yet as the puppeteers who were yanking his (Kasab's) strings are still roaming free. India can never disregard what Kasab did but the fact cannot be denied that he was mere a pawn in a game orchestrated by men acting from safe havens. Kasab was neither the architect of 26/11 nor its strategic mastermind; the men who instructed and controlled him, remain safe in Pakistan. It is already established that the masterminds and conspirators were Pakistanis. Even Islamabad, on the testimony of five govern ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 23 Nov '12 09:59 am

 
  
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Do not agree. we have killed a homeless man who had no maai baap. If we are so strong why Salman Khan is free ? Why criminals rule and ra*pists cannot be stopped. Is that not domestic TERROR ?
Answered by Mahachor Baghela, 23 Nov '12 09:58 am

 
  
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Agree
Answered by mist, 03 Dec '12 02:48 pm

 
  
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His execution is ok,but who will pay the bills of biryani and scotch whiskey,which he had for last 4 years ?
Answered by samiran panda, 27 Nov '12 05:02 pm

 
  
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What about godhra kand
Answered by Psycho, 23 Nov '12 10:29 am

 
  
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He had to go , he was a criminal
Answered by kamini joshi, 23 Nov '12 10:22 am

 
  
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Agree somewhat but why are we so seak in case of afzal guru
Answered by iqbal seth, 23 Nov '12 10:08 am

 
  
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