2013 Patna Gandhi Maidan Blast Case: NIA Court convicts 9 out 10 accused
A series of bomb blasts were carried out by terrorists. In which six people died. At the same time, about 84 people were injured.
New Delhi: After eight years of Gandhi Maidan Bomb blast case, the hearing has been completed in NIA Court. The court convicted nine accused in this case. At the same time, one accused has been acquitted.
Patna Blast Case:
Let us tell you that on 27 October 2013, during the 'Hunkar Rally' of the BJP, there was a series of bomb blasts. At the time when the bomb blast took place in Gandhi Maidan, all the big leaders of BJP including Narendra Modi were present there. A series of bomb blasts were carried out by terrorists. In which six people died. At the same time, about 84 people were injured. On the same day there was also a blast at Patna Junction.
NIA Court verdict:
In this case, the NIA had filed a charge sheet against a total of 11 accused on August 21, 2014. After which the NIA team arrested Haider Ali, Noman Ansari, Mohd in this case. Mujibullah Ansari, Mr. Imtiaz Alam, Ahmed Hussain, Fakruddin, Mohd. Firoz Aslam, Imtiaz Ansari, Mohd. Iftikar Alam, Azharuddin Quresi and Taufik Ansari were arrested. At present, the hearing in this matter has been completed in the court and now the court will give its verdict today.
Actually, the master mind of Gandhi Maidan blast was Haider Ali and Mojibullah. It is said that he was scared after the bomb blast, so tried to run away from the spot, but by then the police reached the spot and he was nabbed.
Meanwhile, during interrogation, he confessed to the crime. He told in interrogation that he had reached Gandhi Maidan along with his entire team to shake up the 'Hunkar rally'. When the NIA team started strictly interrogating the arrested terrorist Imtiaz, he spewed many names. After which the investigating agency caught more than two dozen terrorists including master mind Monu alias Tehseen. After this, the Bodh Gaya blast case was also revealed by the statement of this terrorist.
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