Justice delayed and denied? The Uphaar cinema fire case, in which 59 people were killed, has dragged on for over a decade. And when finally its owners Sushil and Gopal Ansal were convicted by a Delhi Court, there should have been relief, but there was only anger from the victims' families. The Ansal brothers, held guilty of causing death of cine-goers by their rash and negligent act under section 304 A of the IPC by Additional Sessions Judge Mamta Sehgal, face a maximum punishment of two years imprisonment. "You give a death sentence for killing one person and for killing 59 people how could you give two years' term, that is something I cannot understand", Neelam Krishnamurthy, who heads AVUT, lamented. "Even if the (maximum) punishment comes to two years, it would roughly work out to 12 days (of imprisonment) per deceased," she added ruefully.