16 Years After Varanasi Blasts, Mastermind And Terrorist Convicted

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-06-04 00:00:00


16 Years After Varanasi Blasts, Mastermind And Terrorist Convicted

Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.

Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Sharma said. On March 7, 2006, the first blast took place at 6.15 pm inside Sankat Mochak temple. After 15 minutes, a bomb exploded outside the first-class rest room at Varanasi cantonment railway station.Ghaziabad: Sixteen years after multiple blasts in Varanasi, terrorist Waliullah Khan has been held guilty by a Ghaziabad court in two cases on Saturday. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on June 6. The blasts at Sankat Mochan temple and cantonment railway station on March 7, 2006 had killed 20 and left over 100 injured. District Sessions Judge Jitendra Kumar Sinha convicted Waliullah in two cases, district government lawyer Rajesh Sharma told PTI. Waliullah has been acquitted in one case due to inadequate evidence, he said. "The punishment will be pronounced on June 6 at 2 pm," Mr Shar



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