co-conspirators in 26/11 terror attack case.
Jan 6 Faheem''s lawyer R B Mokashi refutes prosecution''s
conspiracy charge and says evidence is weak. The map
of targets -- alleged to have been drawn by Faheem and
found in slain terrorist Abu Ismael''s pocket -- is
planted, he says.
Jan 7 Nikam argues that Faheem cheated Pakistani government
by obtaining passport in fictitious name on the
strength of bogus documents.
Jan 10 Sabauddin is a key conspirator and it was he who had
handed over maps drawn by Faheem to LeT which in turn
gave them to terrorists to execute attacks, says NikamJan 11 Nikam denies defence argument that the Map drawn by
Faheem were planted on slain terrorist Abu Ismael.
Jan 13 Sabauddin''s lawyer Ejaz Naqvi denies Sabauddin''s role
in the 26/11 attacks. Evidence against Sabauddin is
weak and without any colloboration, he says.
Jan 17 Arguments conclude, Court reserves order till Feb 7.
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Mumbai, Jan 17 (PTI) The Bombay High Court todayreserved till February 7 its order on the appeal filed byPakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab against the death sentenceawarded to him for his role in the 26/11 Mumbai terrorattacks.
Following is the chronology of the case:2010Oct 18 Case begins in High Court, Kasab appears on screen
through video conferenceOct 19 Kasab throws tantrums, says he wants to attend the
court in person, spits at camera and says "send me
to America"; judges warn him to behave properlyOct 21 Kasab reiterates before his lawyers that he wants to
come to court personallyOct 25 High Court judges views CCTV footage purportedly
showing Kasab and slain terrorist Abu Ismael in
Oct 27 Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam justifies death sentence
awarded to Kasab by trial courtOct 29 Kasab confused trial court by taking frequent U-turns
argues NikamNov 19 Nikam tells court that 26/11 attackers wanted
separate state for MuslimsNov 22 Kasab is liar and plotter, argues NikamNov 23 High Court Judges once again watch CCTV footages of
Kasab and IsmaelNov 24 Nikam tells High Court that trial court had erred in
partially accepting Kasab''s confessionNov 25 Kasab''s lawyer Amin Solkar begins argument, says
trial was unfair. He demands retrial in 26/11 caseNov 30 Solkar argues that charge of "waging war against
nation" was not made out against KasabDec 2 Kasab did not come from Pakistan by dinghy, his
lawyer says and adds that the dinghy cannot
accomodate ten persons. (More) PTI SVS DK SMI