Mumbai, Mar 9: Azam Amir Kasav, the lone terrorist caught in connection with 26/11 Mumbai attacks, for the first time took part in a court hearing on Monday, Mar 9. The hearing took place via video conferencing.
The trial in the case will begin on March 23 with a metropolitan magistrate on Monday, Mar 9 committing the proceedings to the special session court set up inside the high-security Arthur Road prison in Mumbai.
"I am committing the case to sessions for trial," the magistrate said. During the video conferencing, Kasav told the magistrate that he did not understand the chargesheet filed in English and Marathi. The magistrate told the accused that he could make his plea before the special court.
The magistrate told the accused that he could make his plea before the special court. The Mumbai police have filed its chargesheet against Kasav and two others, Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Ahmed, for their alleged involvement in the terror strikes in which over 170 persons were killed.