Sabarmati Explicit Blast: Ex-Amu Student Acquitted Of Prices After 16 Years

In one case, Wani was convicted and sentenced to 10 years jail for carrying explosives to trigger a blast in Delhi.
The prosecution had alleged that the accused had hatched a conspiracy in May 2000 at Habib Hall, AMU, to carry out a blast in the Sabarmati Express on August 14, 2000.
“The court of Additional Sessions Judge M A Khan acquitted both the accused of all the charges as the prosecution could not establish any of the charges levelled against them,” the lawyer said.
Out of the 11 cases, he has been exonerated in 10 as he has either been acquitted or discharged, the lawyer said.
Wani was pursuing PhD in Arabic from the AMU when he was arrested from Delhi on July 30, 2001.

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