"The militant (Kasab) killed my husband and many other people. So, the accused must get severe punishment. He must be hanged till death for killing various innocents," said Solanki's wife, Ben.
Traumatized Ben, educating her sons not go for fishing.
It maybe recalled that ten gunmen from Pakistan arrived in Mumbai and started firing indiscriminately at a busy railway station, a Jewish settlement, a popular coffee shop and two luxury hotels.
Several innocents were held hostage over the next three days and at least 166 people were killed before Indian commandos smoked out the terrorists on Nov 28 2008.
Kasab is facing the gallows and the Bombay High Court is hearing his appeal against death sentence.
India blames Pakistan for fostering militants and says elements within the state were behind the Mumbai attacks in 2008.