This Time on that day in 2012 ‘Aap jit gaye aur mein har gaya’Ajmal Amir Kasab

Ajmal Amir Kasab, the short and stout looking man who nearly pulverized the nerves of Mumbai through hours long mayhem that killed many underwent a throwback to his teens when he had confessed to a police officer that ‘ aap jit gaye ..aur mein har gaya ‘(you won, I lost) . This was according to a report in the Hindustan Times quoting the then main investigating officer Ramesh Mahale who reportedly had seen the last glimpse of hope fading into fear on the face that deadly terrorist who was held guilty of 80 offences . Kasab was not an easy case to be handled and Mahale had to adopt soft tactics to tame Kasab who was ‘spinning ‘ stories, says the report. He had strong hunch that he would get a “leeway’ as death sentence in India is usually” abhorred”.

At one point Kasab confessed to his crime and was sent to the gallows. On November 13 he was hung.