New Delhi: Notorious terrorist Devender Pal Singh Bhullar seems to be afraid of possible hanging after Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru’s execution on Saturday morning. Bhullar, who is undergoing treatment at Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) Shahdara, didn’t take breakfast on Saturday morning.

Bhullar don’t watch television. After getting the information about Afzal Guru’s hanging, Bhullar got frightened.

Hospital sources said that Bhullar took light lunch on Saturday. He refused to take dinner saying that he is unwell, sources said. But he was found totally fit in the routine medical check-up conducted by the doctors.

After the Afzal Guru’s hanging, the hospital administration has tightened the security of Bhullar who has been undergoing treatment for the last one and half years at IHBAS Shahdara. He has been suffering from depression with psychosis.

A TADA court on August 25, 2001, awarded Bhullar death penalty for his role in the September 10, 1993, bomb blast in Delhi. The then Youth Congress president Maninderjit Singh Bitta escaped death with serious injuries, while nine security personnel were killed in the incident. In 2002, the SC had upheld the death penalty for Bhullar.

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