Mumbai: After receiving appreciation from
a special court which convicted gunmen Ajmal Kasab in the
26/11 terror attack case today, 11-year-old Devika Rotawan,
who was disabled by the bullets fired by Amir Ajmal Kasab,
said he must get death penalty and deserves no mercy.
Devika, who was disabled by the bullets of Kasab, told
PTI "I am very much happy to know that Kasab is proven guilty.
I am eagerly waiting to know about the sentencing."
While pronouncing the verdict, Judge Tahaliyani said
evidence given by the girl has been appreciated and she has
shown a lot of courage.
In June last year, the little girl, who is now on
crutches and her father maimed in 26/11 terror attack,
identified Kasab in the court as one of the two gunmen who had
opened fire at her and other passengers at CST.
Devika, who was constantly following news on TV channels
today, said "Kasab has killed innocent people and deserves no
mercy. The court must give him death penalty."
"I had no fear seeing Kasab on the day when I identified
him in the court. I was there to speak the truth. That blood
thirsty Kasab had killed so many innocent people at CST.
Everything happened in front of me," Devika said.