The final arguments by the prosecution in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case concluded before the designated court, conducting the trial.
The prosecution, led by advocate Ujjwal Nikam, argued that accused Ajmal Kasab, Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Ahmed should be held guilty of the Mumbai terror attack.
Ansari and Sabahuddin are accused of providing logistical support to the terrorists, who attacked Mumbai in November 2008.
According to sources, Kasab’s lawyer K P Pawar is likely to stress on his statement in the court that he had come from Pakistan by Samjhauta Express as a tourist to Delhi and from there arrived in Mumbai a few days before the attacks.
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