New Delhi, Nov 8: A Pakistani militant and his two Kashmiri ultras have strongly objected to Delhi judge's remarks who compared them to Ajmal Amir Kasab.
The three have made a compliant before the District Judge seeking transfer of their case from the Special POTA court accusing the woman judge of being "prejudiced and biased'.
"Ajmal Kasab is your brother, you all are of the same clan but now you are not owning him," were the remarks attributed to the judge by them.
The accused, suspected to be LeT militants, filed separate affidavits, to point out "unwarranted" references made by the judge against them.
"You are lucky being inside jail otherwise you would have been dead" was another remark that they claimed in the affidavit was made by the judge.
"In view of the biased and prejudiced attitude of the trial court (judge), we do not have faith in her and we are hopeful that we will not be getting justice as trial court has reached the conclusion that we are guilty before the conclusion of the trial," their application said.
The District Judge issued notice to the Delhi Government on the application of the accused and put the matter for hearing on Nov 24.