Not Happy With Gulbarga Verdict, Will Continue My Fight - Zakia Jafri
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Expressing disappointment over the Gulberg society case’s verdict, former Congress MP Ahsan Jafri’s widow Zakia Jafri on Friday said she will challenge the verdict and continue to fight. Demanding life imprisonment for all the accused, she added that she will consult her lawyers and move further in this regard. A special SIT court today awarded life imprisonment to 11 persons convicted for murder, 12 were given seven years imprisonment and one was given 10 years jail in connection with the Gulberg Society massacre case. 69 people, including former Congress lawmaker Ehsan Jafri, were killed during the massacre held on February 28, 2002.