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Ajmal Kassab: Dead

January 27, 2009

PakistanKaKhudaHafiz Exclusive

The lone captured terrorist and alleged Pakistani citizen Ajmal Kassab is dead, sources tell PKKH. Whether he was killed in custody immediately after the Mumbai attacks or in recent days is yet to be confirmed.

On Monday 19th January, Kassab was remanded in police custody until February 2nd. It is important to note that he was not brought to court on this occasion.

Earlier, police in Mumbai had backed off of plans to produce Kasab in court on Thursday December 11th for a routine hearing, citing security concerns.

Indian authorities have repeatedly denied media access to Ajmal Kassab and have turned down requests from the Pakistani authorities for a DNA sample for Kassab. This is consistent with the inability of the Indian authorities to provide any information (finger prints, DNA) of the other nine alleged perpetrators of the Mumbai Attacks. 

Due to the nature of this information and the lack of verifiable sources, we are not able to confirm or dismiss the reports of Kassab’s death at the moment. However, India’s reluctance to allow the Pakistani authorities access to Kassab and refusal to carry out a joint investigation certainly raises questions about the authenticity of Indian claims.

On a separate note, the leading Dutch daily newspaper ‘De Telegraaf’ reports that the Indian authorities will be investigating the role of right-wing politicians in Mumbai massacre. It also reports that Ajmal Kassab was already under arrest at the time of the Mumbai attacks, for an unrelated crime. Below is a rough translation from the article in ‘De Telegraaf’:

“There are indications that Indian politicians and Hindu extremists are behind the attacks in Mumbai last November. It is thought that statesmen of Maharashtra wanted to get rid of the head of the anti-terrorism bureau, Hermant Karkare, whilst putting the blame on Pakistan as reported by Radiance, a weekly magazine. Hemant Karkare was one of the 163 victims killed during the attacks. Karkare was investigating the hindu terrorist group Hindutva suspected to be planning an attack and had received death threats. An independent investigation is underway to find the politicians who demanded Karkare’s resignation and which of them has provided financial means for the attacks. Remarkably, the only gunman who was captured alive, a Pakistani, was already serving a sentence in jail for another crime.”

Updates on this story:
Indian Response to PKKH Report on Kasab’s Death
Surprise Surprise: Another ‘Kassab’ No Show
Times of India – Lazy Journalism

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16 comments

  1. Jibreel must have told you….


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  14. i totally agree, in 1987 my chacha made a family video, i was traumitized that there were images of normal people in the home made video that would disappear then reappear in othersegments of video, it was really unrealistic but i was scared that my chacha was able to copy paste images and even make those images do actions according to theme,which was my 6th birthday party. a fat women who i had no relation too, was in the movie and kissed my cheek. it was immpossible, there was no fat lady of that nature at my party. it was a family only b party. so since i was kid, i was so scared that i took out the vhs tape hung it on my finger and threw it in my botanical garden. my chacha was able to do this in 1987.it took my chacha 3 weeks to play that joke with me, using computer and logitics and a little bit of bollywood. I am in orissa, but from chennai vote for communist party!!************no paper for ajkas************ if poor of india cant afford then why him!

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  15. @ hahahahahha yet another Indian fiasco !!
    a) have Indians now condemned (yesterday’s death panelty) a naxelite ? instead of famous butcher(Qassab), Marathi speaking Pakistani punjabi,
    middle fail “dehati ” Mythical Ajmal Qassab!!

    Indians have once again proved their ignorance, incompetance. They try to copy Americans(always)
    in fake videos of OBL’s portraits, a spanish memebr of parliament intends to sue US authorities
    using his photo, tempering it with a beard modifying
    his facial features.
    Indians never stop giving us surprises, only
    if they were the real ones ?? hahahahahah
    RamLal Kassav from mumbai speaking marathi sounds
    more Indian. Can anyone inform me if such family name exist in the subconti ? e.g.
    Malik Rehman Qassai ?



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