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1993 Mumbai blasts conspirator gets life imprisonment

A TADA court here on Wednesday awarded life sentence to Dawood Phanse, a key conspirator in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case.

Mumbai, May 30 : A TADA court here on Wednesday awarded life sentence to Dawood Phanse, a key conspirator in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case.

A fine of Rs. 2 lakh has also been imposed on Phanse.

Awarding life imprisonment, special TADA Judge P D Kode spared the death penalty to Phanse (83), considering his age.

Phanse was found guilty of attending a meeting with the prime accused, Dawood Ibrahim, in Dubai and making a conspiracy to carry out the serial blasts in Mumbai.

The court also sentenced Muzzamil Umar Kadri to life imprisonment and ordered to pay a fine of Rs 1.25 lakh. He was found guilty of participating in landing explosives and arms at Shekhadi in Raigad, and illegal possession of 13 AK-56 rifles.

Khalil Nasir, also convicted in the Shekhadi arms landing, was awarded ten years rigorous imprisonment and was ordered to pay a fine of Rs 1.25 lakh.

Another convict, Liyakat Khan, convicted for his role in the Shekhadi landing and keeping explosives in a family godown was sentenced to five years' rigorous imprisonment and ordered to pay a fine of Rs 35,000.

Mohammed Dawood Khan, found guilty of keeping three AK-56 rifles, was given six years rigorous imprisonment and directed to pay a fine of Rs 50,000.

Another convict, Mohammed Yusuf Botomiya, found guilty for illegally possessing an AK-56 rifle, was sentenced to six years' rigorous imprisonment. A fine of Rs 50,000 has also been imposed on Botomiya.

Aziz Shaikh, found guilty of illegal arms possession, was given five years' rigorous imprisonment and ordered to pay a fine of Rs 25,000.

The scion of the formerly princely state of Tonk, Salim Durrani, was sentenced to five years' rigorous imprisonment and ordered to pay a fine of Rs 25,000. Durrani was convicted for illegal possession of an AK-56 rifle.

ANI

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