All accused in Masjid blast case acquitted

All accused in Masjid blast case acquitted

All accused in Masjid blast case acquitted

Rajvardhan, a lawyer of the accused, came out of court and confirmed to the media that 5 accused had been acquitted.

A special NIA court in Hyderabad on Monday acquitted all accused in the 2007 case of Mecca Masjid blast which claimed nine lives and left 58 others injured. In 2011, the Mecca Masjid Blast case was taken over by the NIA.

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2007 Mecca Masjid blast case: In the afternoon of May 18, 2007, at around 1:15 pm, a pipe bomb ripped through the 17th-century Mecca Masjid of Hyderabad, which is located in the old city area, close to Charminar.

The case involves two other people - Sandeep V Dange and Ramchandra Kalsangra - who have been on the run. The accused are related to a radical Hindu organisation called Abhinav Bharat whose members allegedly have ties to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Reports suggest that another accused, identified as Sunil Joshi had already died. A court said the country's top anti-terror body, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), had failed to prove anyone's guilt. The fourth additional metropolitan sessions-cum-special court for NIA cases had concluded the trial in the 2007 case and last week posted the matter for judgment on April 16. After a thorough investigation, the case has been transferred to the CBI.

During the trials, the NIA had examined as many as 226 witnesses.

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Gupta, acquitted in this case, was sentenced to life in jail a year ago for the Ajmer Sharif dargah blast.

March 23, 2017: Hyderabad court has granted Aseemanad bail on condition that he cannot leave Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Security has been heightened in Hyderabad in anticipation of the court verdict on Monday. A fact-finding panel of the state minority commission found that police kept the youth in illegal confinement and tortured them.

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