A big decision has come today regarding the serial blast in Patna’s Gandhi Maidan in the year 2013. An NIA court on Monday sentenced four accused to death, while two others were awarded life imprisonment, two accused with 10 years in jail and one accused with seven years in jail. No one has forgotten this serial bomb blasts in Patna. Many people lost their loved ones in these blasts. Six people were killed in the blast and many were injured. The blast took place in the rally in which Gujarat CM Narendra Modi and current PM Narendra Modi attended.
10 accused were convicted
Earlier, on October 27, 9 out of 10 accused were convicted in the NIA court, while one Mohammad Fakhruddin Ahmed was acquitted due to lack of evidence. Those convicted include Imtiaz Ansari, Mujibullah, Haider Ali, Firoz Aslam, Umar Ansari, Iftekhar, Ahmed Hussain, Umair Siddiqui and Azharuddin. Out of this, Mohammad Fakhruddin Ahmed was released. The blast took place on October 27, 2013 at Gandhi Maidan when BJP’s ‘Hunkar Rally’ addressed by Modi was going on. At that time PM Narendra Modi was declared as the CM candidate from Gujarat.
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Case was in court for 8 years
The first blast took place at platform number 10 of Patna railway station. This was followed by several other explosions at the site of the Hunkar rally. The then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi was at Patna airport when the Gandhi Maidan blast took place. He later visited the spot after controlling the situation. The blasts were of a series of sequences and there were very horrific explosions. This matter was going on in the court for the last 8 years, now the court has given the final verdict.
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