New Delhi: Welcoming the execution of Ajmal Kasab, Congress on Wednesday hoped the government would now pursue the case against the handlers in Pakistan as also expedite the decision on Parliament attack death row convict Afzal Guru. "I welcome it. Now the government of India should pursue the case against the handlers in Pakistan. They should expedite the decision on Afzal Guru," said party general secretary Digvijaya Singh.
Kasab, the sole surviving terrorist from the 26/11 terror attack, was hanged to death at the Yerwada Jail in Pune at 7.30 am. Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari said the law has taken its own course in the case. "A dastardly terrorist act was perpetrated. An investigative process that culminated in a multi-layered fair judicial process playing itself out right upto the Supreme Court, the law has taken its own course," Tewari said.
One hundred sixty six persons had died in the 26/11 terror attack. Police had succeeded in capturing Kasab alive after killing the remaining nine terrorists.
Party general secretary Digivijaya Singh said the government should now pursue the case against the handlers in Pakistan.
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