Ajmal Kasab will file an appeal in the Supreme Court challenging the judgement of the Bombay High Court confirming death penalty awarded to him for his role in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, his counsel Farhana Shah said on Wednesday. Kasab told his lawyer, who met him in jail this afternoon, that he wished to move an appeal in the apex court. Ms. Shah told an Indian news agency that she informed Kasab that the High Court had, in its judgement, upheld the trial courts verdict awarding him death penalty. However, Ms. Shah said she did not give details of the High Court verdict upholding the trial courts judgement but mentioned to him that he had a right to challenge the order in the Supreme Court. She informed Kasab that he would soon get a copy of the High Court judgement.