Mumbai, Jan 11 (ANI): The spotlight is back on the lone surviving Pakistani gunman Mohd Ajmal Amir Kasab of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, whose statement will be recorded by the Mumbai special court on Monday.
The prosecution had closed the case on Wednesday (December 16), after hearing around six hundred witnesses for a period of over seven months.
Kasab had said in the 26/11 special trial Court that all the confessions made by him earlier were under pressure, imposed on him by the investigating officials.
Kasab completely denied that he had opened firing at Mumbai's Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus, when the judge pointed out that witnesses saw him open fire at that spot.
Kasab has been doing everything from the outrageous to the unbelievable to distance himself from the case.
Earlier in July this year, Kasab had admitted that he was accountable for Mumbai terror attacks.
Kasab has been accused of various charges ranging from waging war against the nation to conspiracy and murder.
The attacks, which began on November 26, 2008 and lasted nearly three days, left 174 people dead, including nine gunmen. (ANI)