D'Souza recollects, getting angry at the memory, "There were several armed policemen on the spot but all of them were scared to shoot Kasab. At one point, I even imagined that I should have had a gun in my hand instead of a camera."
In April this year, D'Souza quit his job, citing tiredness from years on the field. "Ab bas hua. Ab main thak gaya." (I am tired and I need rest). I have not made any future plan. I will take life as it comes," he says.
The government has shown amnesia towards his efforts. It has been four years that the government promised to allot him a flat. That promise is still to be fulfilled.
"Recently I met CM Prithviraj Chavan who said that the matter is under process," said D'Souza, whose pictures spoke louder than words on the night that changed Mumbai forever.