New Delhi, Apr 5: India on Sunday, Apr 4, said that handing over Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist in the Mumbai terror attacks, was out of question as 'justice' was taking its course in the case.
Commenting on Pakistan's appeal to the Interpol seeking Kasab's and co-accused Fahim Ansari's trial in Pakistan, Indian Foreign Secretary, Nirupama Rao said that the trial of Kasab and others have already been conducted in India.
"We are trying Kasab and others here in India following the Mumbai attacks," Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao said, when asked about Pakistan approaching Interpol for arresting Kasab and Ansari for trial there.
"The case against Kasab has proceeded over the past few months. The verdict is expected by May 3," she said.
On Saturday, Apr 3, Pakistan approached Interpol seeking Red Corner notices for arresting 26/11 accused Ajmal Kasab and Fahim Ansari.