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Court Frames Charges Against Yasin Bhatkal in 2008 Delhi Serial Blasts Case

The charges framed by the court include criminal conspiracy (120B) punishable under Indian Penal Code, various sections UAPA, including conspiracy for committing terror act (section 18) and being member of a terror organisation.

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Updated:February 13, 2018, 7:11 PM IST
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Court Frames Charges Against Yasin Bhatkal in 2008 Delhi Serial Blasts Case
Yasin Bhatkal was arrested by the National Investigation Agency from Indo-Nepal border on the night of August 28, 2013.
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday framed conspiracy and other terror charges against Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his associate in a case related to the September 2008 serial blasts in Delhi that claimed 26 lives and left 135 people injured.

Additional Sessions Judge Siddharth Sharma put Bhatkal and his associate Asadullah Akhtar on trial for various offences punishable under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Explosive Substances Act.

The present case relates to the twin explosions at Greater Kailash-I in South Delhi in which nine people were injured.

The charges framed by the court include criminal conspiracy (120B) punishable under Indian Penal Code, various sections UAPA, including conspiracy for committing terror act (section 18) and being member of a terror organisation.

The court posted the matter for further hearing on February 28.

The accused persons, represented by advocate M S Khan, pleaded not guilty and claimed trial.

The police had said that Bhatkal and Akhtar, along with others, were part of the conspiracy to carry out the blasts at several places in Delhi on September 13, 2008. They had claimed that the accused had waged war against India by carrying out the terror attacks.

Bhatkal was arrested by the National Investigation Agency from Indo-Nepal border on the night of August 28, 2013. Later, Delhi Police took his custody in blast case at Greater Kailash-I.

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