Judgment in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case, involving lone captured Pakistani gunman Ajmal Amir Kasab, will not be announced on September 15, designated Judge M L Tahilyani indicated during the hearing of the trial here today.
Judge Tahilyani was referring to a statement made by Maharashtra Home Minister Jayant Patil.
Yesterday, while talking to reporters in Kolhapur, Mr Patil had said the state government wanted stringent punishment for Kasab who, along with nine other terrorists, attacked the metropolis on November 26 last, killing over 160 people.
"The government wants the case to be resolved fast and hence it has appointed able and renowned advocate Ujjwal Nikam as government pleader," he added.
He had also urged the people to have patience and said the special court was the highest authority to decide about the type of punishment to be awarded to Kasab.
Judge Tahilyani said since the police had been unable to complete the entire formalities of the case, how can the court deliver the judgment on September 15.
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