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2006 Mumbai Train Blast 12 Found Guilty by Special Court

12 men in this case convicted out of 13 accused on Friday by the India’s special court MCOCA (Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act).

The seven Mumbai bomb blast in the trains killed 188 people and over 827 people were injured on the evening of July 11, 2006. After 9 years 12 members were centered to jail as convicts and one was free from the guilty. The punishment for them will be decided on Monday after hearing the arguments.

Kamal Ahamed Ansari, Tanvir Ahmed Ansari, Ehtesham Siddiqui, Mohammad Majid Shafi, Mohd Faisal Shaikh, Shaikh Alam Shaikh, Muzzammil Shaikh, Soheil Mehmood Shaikh, Mohd Sajid Ansari, Naveed Hussain Khan, Asif Khan and Zamir Ahmad Shaikh were convicted for these blasts.

The case was concluded on August 2014. The court took one year to give the judgement. The Anti terrorism Squad arrested the people who are incurred in the blast. They say this blast was planned by Pakistan Intelligence agency ISI and Lashkar-e-Taiba.

The 7 RDX bomb blasted at the Mumbai suburban trains. The blast occurred at different places Khar road, Bandra, Matunga, Mahim, Borivli, Mira and Jogeswari train stations.

After 9 years of wait the families of the victims in the blast gets the justice. The loss of the family members can not be compensated with any. Hope this punishment will threaten the terrorist agencies for killing the valuables and innocent lives.

2006 Mumbai Train Blast 12 found guilty by Special Court

2006 Mumbai Train Blast 12 Found Guilty by Special Court

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