Red Fort Attack: Court upholds death sentence of Lashkar terrorist


New Delhi: The Supreme Courtroom on Thursday dismissed the plea of ​​Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Mohammad Arif alias Ashfaq, looking for reconsideration of his choice to award loss of life sentence within the 2000 Red Fort assault case. Was. Three individuals, together with two military personnel, have been killed within the assault.

A bench of Chief Justice Uday Umesh Lalit and Justice Bela M. Trivedi mentioned it has “admitted the application for consideration of electronic records”. “We accept the application that the ‘electronic record’ should be considered,” the bench mentioned. He has been proved responsible. We uphold the choice of this court docket and dismiss the assessment petition. Arif is likely one of the perpetrators of the terrorist assault on the Red Fort on 22 December 2000.

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