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India welcomes SC's go-ahead stamp on Kasab
People across the nation have welcomed Supreme Court's decision to uphold the death sentence awarded to 26/11 Mumbai terror attack convict Ajmal Kasab. However, doubts have also been raised whether the execution of Kasab will after all take place in time.

SUPREME COURT while upholding the death sentence to the dreaded terrorist said that waging war against the country is the primary and foremost offence committed by Kasab. The apex court added that there is no other choice left with it than upholding Kasab's death punishment.

While welcoming the decision Bhartiya Janta Party's spokesperson Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi accused Pakistan of operating terror factory. “The factory of terrorism in Pakistan is “Producing Kasabs” every day, Demolish it,” Naqvi wrote on Twitter.

Congress party MP Naveen Jindal also tweeted the apex court's verdict on Kasab to update his followers on the micro-blogging site Twitter. “SC upholds Ajmal Kasab's death sentence,” tweeted Naveen Jindal.

TV actress turned politician Smriti Irani while welcoming the verdict said that the ball is now in government's court to execute the sentence after the apex court's confirmatory stamp on Kasab's death punishment. “SC does 'nyay' wid Bharat by upholding Kasab's death verdict. Over to GOI/ President,” tweets Smriti J Irani, who is a BJP MP.

Commoners across the country also welcomed Supreme Court's verdict on Kasab and expressed hope that the system will move fast and his death sentence doesn't get pushed to the end of interminable queue of death convicts.

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