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3 blasts, 11 years, over 60 dead, but cops botch case

DNMUM383403 | 2/17/2017 | Author : Richa Banka | WC :425 | India



New Delhi: Even 11 years after the deadly blasts claimed 67 lives and injured 225 people in Delhi in 2005, there is no relief for the families of the victims who lost their loved ones.
A Delhi court slammed the prosecution for the shoddy investigation, saying it “failed miserably” in proving the charges.
The court found nothing to prove that the three accused - Mohammed Hussain Fazili, Rafiq Shah and Tariq Ahmed Dar - either planted the bombs or hatched a terror conspiracy.
While Shah, an MA student in Kashmir University, and Fazili were acquitted of all charges, Dar, the alleged mastermind, was convicted to 10-year imprisonment under Sections 38 and 39 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) for suppor
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