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1993 Mumbai blast: Seven more convicts sentenced

A special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Court on Thursday awarded sentence to seven more 1993 Mumbai blast convicts, for their role in smuggling of arms, illegal possession of weapons and conspiracy.

Mumbai, May 31 : A special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Court on Thursday awarded sentence to seven more 1993 Mumbai blast convicts, for their role in smuggling of arms, illegal possession of weapons and conspiracy.

Naseer Dhakla, who received weapons training in Pakistan and was involved in the conspiracy throughout, was awarded life term and imposed a fine of 50,000 rupees.

Dhakla had also prepared the vehicle bombs prior to the blasts on March 12 1993.

Ashrafur Rehman was sentenced to rigorous imprisonment (RI) for life and imposed a fine of two lakh rupees.

Eighty-five hand grenades, 350 detonators and over 3,000 cartridges were recovered from Rehman.

Yusuf Khan Kasam Khan was awarded five years RI and imposed a fine of 25,000 rupees.

Khan was involved in landing of arms and ammunition at Shekhadi and its transportation to Mumbai in February 1993.

Mohammed Rafiq Biyariwala, driver of the prime accused, absconding Tiger Memon was awarded seven years RI and imposed a fine of 75,000 rupees.

Biyariwala was also involved in landing and transportation of arms and explosives at Shekhadi and its transportation to Mumbai.

Shahnawaz Khan was sentenced to 10 years RI and imposed a fine of 50,000 rupees. e was involved in conspiracy as well as arms landing at Shekhadi.

ANI

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