Ajmal Kasab Hanged – Finally

21 Nov

Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving Pakistani terrorist of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, was hanged till death at the Yerwada Central Prison in Pune on November 21, 2011 Wednesday morning at 7.30 am. Kasab’s end came just five days before the fourth anniversary of the brutal terror attacks that killed 166 lives and injured 300.

Hats off to Indian Judicial System for taking so long to bring justice to the victims and martyrs of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. It took almost four years to hang a person who was captured live killing innocent people on streets of Mumbai. Probably this explains the reason why the crime rate of India has outpaced the economic growth to notch a 25 per cent growth during the last decade and more. India’s rank has fallen seven points on the Global Peace Index (GPI) 2011, which ranks countries according to how peaceful they are. India now ranks 135 out of 153 countries. We are now amongst the 20 least peaceful nations in the world, along with countries such as Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Here are some selected Ajmal Kasab cartoons to celebrate the day we all Indians were waiting for.
Manmohan Singh on Ajmal Kasab
Lawyers on Ajmal KasabAjmal Kasab pleading for mercy - Pranab MukherjeeAjmal Kasab Enjoying Biryani while poor India sufferingAjmal Kasab with a fellow TerroristIndian Police tired of Ajmal KasabAjmal Kasab with fellow terrorist and indian lawyerManmohan Sonia saving Ajmal  kasab from DengueDeath wish of a personAjmal Kasab fighting inflation