Court asks Kasab`s lawyers to inspect dinghy

The Bombay High Court on Thursday asked lawyers of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab to inspect the dinghy used by terrorists to reach the coast on the night of November 26, 2008 when they struck at various places.

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday asked
lawyers of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab to inspect the
dinghy used by terrorists to reach the coast on the night of
November 26, 2008 when they struck at various places.
The lawyers - Amin Solkar, Farhana Shah, Santosh
Deshpande and Hussein Sheikh - have alleged that the capacity
of dinghy was not enough to accommodate ten people along with
baggage.

The dinghy is currently kept in the trial court which
is housed in the high-security Arthur Road Central Prison and
will be inspected tomorrow, Solkar told PTI.

These lawyers would then put forth their views before
the court on its capacity.

According to confession made by Kasab before a city
Magistrate, he and other terrorists had brought the dinghy
from Pakistan in a bigger boat Al-husseini.
Mid-way, they hijacked Indian fishing boat "Kuber" by
which they arrived here. When they reached near Mumbai, the
terrorists abandoned Kuber and used the dinghy to arrive at
the coast.

PTI

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