Mumbai, Jan 6: A Magistrate court in Mumbai on Tuesday, Jan 6 remanded Mohammed Ajmal Amir Iman aka Azam Amir Kasav, till Jan 19 in police custody. Kasav was the only terrorist caught alive after the shocking Mumbai terror attacks carried out by ten terrorists on Nov 26, 2008.
Kasav was remanded for his involvement in the Cama hospital firing registered in the Azad Maidan police station at South Mumbai. But he was not produced to court due to security reason. Kasav does not have a legal representation so far, even though he had pleaded the Pakistani government for a Consular access.
E B Dhamal, the Additional Public Prosecutor said, "We argued that we (police) have to investigate about the incident at Cama hospital where the firing took place. Seven people, including two police personnels were killed in the shooting at Cama hospital on Nov 26.
Though Kasav admitted that he is a Pakistani national, the government of Pakistan has denied any links to the Mumbai terror attacks. They even rejected the letter written by Kasav, saying it is not authentic same as with the evidence India handed over showing the involvement of Islamabad elements in the attacks.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)