Supreme Court affirms death penalty of LeT terrorist Mohammad Arif in 2000 Red Fort attack case

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The Supreme Court Thursday dismissed a review petition by LeT terrorist Mohammad Arif against the death penalty in connection with the 2000 Red Fort attack case.

Three people, including two Army personnel, were killed in the December 22, 2000 Red Fort attack. On August 10, 2011, the Supreme Court upheld Arif’s death sentence and dismissed his appeal challenging the capital punishment awarded to him by a sessions court, which had been affirmed by the Delhi High Court.

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