The breaking news of the day, Mumbai terror attack convict Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab is suffering from fever and the Mumbai police had arranged all the required treatment in the high security Arthur Road jail in Mumbai.
The news was confirmed to media by an official of Mumbai police on Sunday.
Talking to media, a police official said, “Kasab is being treated for fever for the past few days. Suspecting that the prisoner could be suffering from dengue, three tests were conducted on him by a team of doctors of JJ hospital but the results were negative.”
He added, “Doctors do not want to take any chance. Kasab is under observation and responding well to the treatment.”
Meanwhile, the Pakistani terrorist is lodged in a bomb proof, egg shaped cell in Mumbai. Last month, his mercy plea was rejected by the central government.
Ajmal Kasab, the only surviving terrorist of 26/11 Mumbai attackers was involved in war against India which resulted the death of 166 people.
Kasab along with nine more terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists had landed in Mumbai on November 26, 2008, by sea from Karachi.
After the legal battle of four long years, on August 20 the Supreme Court had confirmed the death penalty awarded to the LeT, Ajmal Kasab, operative by the trial court and later upheld by the Bombay high court.