An Indian court has convicted seven people, including Pakistani national Ashfaq Ahmed, and acquitted four others in the Red Fort shootout case.
Two soldiers and a civilian were killed when a two-member suicide squad from the Pakistan-based Kashmiri militant group known as Lashkar-e-Toiba stormed the 17th century monument almost five years ago.
The judge said the sentences will be announced on Saturday. Besides Ashfaq Ahmed, the guilty include his Indian wife Rehmana and five Indian nationals who conspired with them.
Paramashish Ghosh Roy has more on the story.