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Afzal Guru's case was perhaps not correctly decided: P Chidambaram

Afzal Guru's case was perhaps not correctly decided: P Chidambaram

At a time when a controversial event organised by a group of JNU students in support of executed terrorist Afzal Guru has unleashed a political storm in the country, former Home Minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has raised serious doubts over the degree of his involvement in the 2001 Parliament attacks.   

Afzal`s family plans moving Supreme Court

Still grappling with the trauma of his sudden execution, the family of Afzal Guru is planning to move Supreme Court so that no other family is denied the right to meet their loved one before being hanged.

Not ashamed of Parliament attack: Afzal letter

Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru had in a letter purportedly written by him over four years ago said that there was no need to be ashamed of the December 13 attack on Parliament.

Family not told about Afzal hanging: SAR Geelani

Delhi University lecturer SAR Geelani, who was acquitted in the Parliament attack case, said Saturday that Afzal Guru`s family was not told about his hanging.

Don`t think UPA can ever decide on my case: Afzal Guru said in 2008

Stressing that he wanted a quick end to his ordeal, parliament attack convict Afzal Guru had in 2008 doubted if the UPA government could ever reach a decision on his case.

Don’t hang Afzal Guru: Beni Prasad Verma

Union Minister Beni Prasad Verma courted controversy on Thursday by opposing death sentence to Afzal Guru.

Prez to decide on Afzal Guru`s fate: Govt

Under fire over the delay in carrying out the death sentence of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, government put the onus on Prez Pratibha Patil.

Don`t undermine constitution: Cong on Afzal issue

Congress said that no one
should undermine the constitutional process on the issue of
death penalty to Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.

Afzal Guru`s mercy plea sent to Home Ministry

Four years after its opinion was sought by the Centre, the file pertaining to the mercy petition of Parliament attack case convict Afzal Guru, who is in the death row, has been sent to the Union Home Ministry by the Delhi Govt.

What I’m facing is worse than death: Afzal Guru

Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru has
moved the SC seeking early disposal
of his case.