26/11: Kasab back from hell to haunt Abu Jindal in jail

Jindal and Kasab
Mumbai, March 7: Ghost of the lone surviving gunman of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks - Ajmal Kasab seems to be back from hell and this time he attacked none other than but one of his alleged tutor Abu Jindal. Shocked? To get the details, read on.

Sayed Zabiuddin alias Abu Jindal, one of the main accused of 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, was deported from a Gulf country and later was arrested in India. Recently, he started complaining that Kasab's ghost started haunting him in prison.

Kasab initially was lodged in the 'anda' cell (an egg-shaped cell which is divided in two parts) of the same Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai where Jindal currently have been lodged.

Jindal claimed that Kasab's ghost haunts him in his dream and hence he has been suffering from sleepless nights. Citing the sudden changes in Jindal's attitude, a court in Mumbai ordered police to take him for psychiatric treatment.

Meanwhile, sources informed that Jindal requested jail authorities to shift his cell inside the jail to save him from Kasab's ghost.

Jindal, who hails from Georai area of Beed district in Maharashtra, was the Hindi tutor of 10 terrorists who carried out the audacious attack in Mumbai in 2008. Kasab was one among those ten militants.

The 25-year-old Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab was executed at Yerwada Jail in Pune on Nov 21. Nobody representing Pakistani authorities or Kasab's family had demanded his body. Hence, his body was buried in the jail premises.

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