RI for 18 in SIMI camp case

RI for 18 in SIMI camp case

RI for 18 in SIMI camp case

The trial commenced in January a year ago and 33 accused persons lodged in prisons in Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bhopal and Bengaluru were produced through video-conference, while the remaining two accused were produced in person.

The court will pronounce the quantum of punishment tomorrow.

Wagamon SIMI Camp case is first in India in which trial is carried out using multi-point video conferencing system.

Kochi: A special NIA court here on Tuesday sentenced 18 SIMI members, including its leader Safdar Nagori, to seven years rigorous imprisonment (RI) after they were found guilty of organising an arms training camp for the banned outfit in Kerala in 2007.

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The NIA, had charged the accused with involvement in terror activities and being in cahoots with terror groups besides criminal conspiracy and violation of Arms Act among others. The court granted one year RI and Rs 25,000 fine under Section 10 of UAPA, five years RI under Section 38 of UAPA, seven years RI and Rs 25,000 under the Explosive Substance Act and seven years RI under Section 120 (B) to the convicted persons.

Consequently, only four convicts - Abdul Sathar, Habib Salahi, Manzar Imam and Alam Jeb Afridi - will have to undergo imprisonment.

However, since the accused persons are facing trial in Ahmedabad serial blast case, they won't be set free now.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Kochi acquitted 17 others after holding the trial through video conference, connecting different jails in Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bhopal and Bengaluru.

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The case was investigated on the basis of complaint that a secret training camp was organised allegedly by Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) at Thangalpara, Wagamon in the state during December, 2007. The 31st accused Mehaboob Malik of Madhya Pradesh was shot dead by security officers while trying to escape from jail.

Another accused, Abdus Subhan Qureshi alias Tawqeer, a resident of Mumbai, was arrested in the case recently.

As per the case, a secret SIMI camp was held from December 10 to 12, 2007, at Thangalpara in Vagamon, months ahead of the 2008 Ahmedabad serial blasts. nThe probe by the NIA revealed the attendees were imparted training in handling arms, manufacture of petrol bombs, motorbike racing and rope climbing.

Those convicted from Kerala are Saduli and his brother P.A. Shibily, Muhammed Ansar and Abdul Sathar, the last two from Aluva. As many as 35 accused persons faced the trial which commenced on January 2017. The investigation was taken over by NIA January 21, 2010.

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