New Delhi: “Ab mujhe faasi kab hogi?” (When will I be hanged?) was the first reaction of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack villain Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab as soon as he heard about the Supreme Court’s decision of upholding his death sentence.

Sources said that Kasab asked just one question when he was told about the SC verdict and then silently retreated back to his cell at the Arthur jail.  

As per the sources, 24-year-old Kasab has changed from a restless, aggressive man to a serious and quiet person. He does not talk to anyone and remains confined to himself.

Solitary has become Kasab’s greatest companion

Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, has been lodged in a high-security cell at Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail since he was captured on November 26, 2008.

As per the sources in jail, the 24-year-old Pakistani terrorist prefers living in solitude in his small cell and does not talk too much.

Highly vigilant security personnel closely monitor Kasab’s cell through CCTV cameras round-the-clock. Moreover, two guards are posted outside the cell 24x7 to ensure he does not harm himself.

Non-vegetarian Kasab turns veggy

Kasab, who earlier preferred to eat non-vegetarian food items, calmly ate the vegetarian meal served to him in the jail after he was informed about his death penalty being upheld by SC on Wednesday.

Realising that his death is not far away, the aggressive Kasab who once used to throw his vegetarian meal silently had bowl of lentils, vegetables, rotis and rice in his lunch after the verdict.

 “Kasab’s health is being monitored daily by prison doctors. Doctors from JJ hospital also visit him once a week to ensure he does not fall ill.

26/11 claimed 166 innocent lives  

Kasab along with nine other Pakistani terrorists had landed in south Mumbai on November 26, 2008 night after travelling from Karachi by sea and had gone on a shooting spree at various city landmarks, in which 166 people were killed.

While Kasab was captured alive, the other terrorists in his group were killed by security forces during the counter-terror operations.


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