Widows of security personnel who died during the 2001 Parliament attack will meet President APJ Abdul Kalam on Tuesday to plead against clemency for Mohammad Afzal who faces execution in connection with the case.
All India Anti-Terrorist Front chief MS Bitta said that they would meet Kalam at 2.45 pm on Tuesday at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Last week, they submitted a memorandum with the Rashtrapati Bhavan, opposing clemency for Afzal.
"They have now been granted an appointment with the President for Tuesday and will present their viewpoint on the execution order against Afzal," Bitta said.
The delegation of nine such families, which will call on Kalam, will also include children of the slain security personnel, he added.