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Kasab again seeks legal aid from Pak

Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, the lone terrorist arrested during the November 26 terror attacks, today once again asked for consular access and legal aid from Pakistan, a top police official said, reports Sunil Shivdasani.

india Updated: Jan 07, 2009 01:12 IST
Sunil Shivdasani

26/11 accused Mohammed Ajmal Kasab is keen to seek legal help, according to his confessions to the Magistrate. He has been remanded to custody till January 19 in the Cama hospital firing case in which 7 persons were killed by him and his associate on November 26.

During the hearing, Kasab inquired about his letter to the Pakistan government seeking legal help and was informed that his request has been forwarded to the Pakistan Consulate and their response was awaited.

Mumbai police is building up its case against Kasab by seeking his remand in each of the 12 FIRs registered against him. The Cama hospital case is the fourth case in which his custody has been sought.