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2005 Delhi blast verdict: one convicted

2005 Delhi blast verdict: one convicted

The horrifying 2005 Delhi blasts shook the nation’s capital. In the case of explosion in Sarojini Nagar area, a decision has been made by the court. In this case, two of three accused have been acquitted of charges by Patiala house Court on Thursday. One out of them was found guilty.

The court has given the verdict to sentence guilty found Tariw Ahmad Dar for 10 years of imprisonment. At the same time, they have dropped all charges against Mohammad Rafiq Shah and Mohammad Hussain Fazili.

It should be noted Dar already served 12 years in jail. He has been convicted of other charges like terror funding.

These horrific blasts that happened on October 29, 2005 at in Sarojini Nagar, Kalkaji, and Paharganj killed 67 people. More than 200 people suffered from injuries.

Under the section Section 38 (being the member of a terror organisation) and Section 39 (giving support to such outfit) of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the court decided that Dar will be receiving 10 more years of imprisonment.

Other guilty found people were Farooq Ahmed Batloo and Ghulam Ahmed Khan. They were both let off by the court for the time they already served in prison. Both of them were found guilty of terror funding.

After the blasts occurred in Delhi, three separate cases were registered by Delhi Police’s Special Cell. All three of them were joined together by the court for the sake of evidence recording.

According to the allegation of the case, Dar, Abu Ozefa, Abu Al Kama, Rashid, Sazid Ali and Zahid all planned a conspiracy to wage war against the country. They have planned for serial blasts. Except Dar, the other five are all still yet to be found.

It is expected that the five are in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

The charges against Dar and the other two accused were of war against state, conspiring, collecting arms, murder and attempt to murder.

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