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93 Mumbai blasts: 23 accused acquitted

A special TADA court on Wednesday formally acquitted 23 people in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, which killed 257 people and left more than 700 people inured.

Mumbai, May 9 : A special TADA court on Wednesday formally acquitted 23 people in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, which killed 257 people and left more than 700 people inured.

The court will begin pronouncing the quantum of sentence to the convicts from May 18.

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, who was also asked to be present in the court today, came wearing his 'lucky' blue shirt and attended the proceedings along with 99 others, who have been convicted in the case.

"The whole world is looking for this date and defence and accused arelaying these delay tactics in order to delay the hearing and now the court has ordered the sentence will take place on May 18. All the accused including Sanjay Dutt have now been ordered to come on 18th," said Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam.

Dutt, 48, had been convicted of buying illegal arms from gangsters involved in the country's worst bombings, but has been consistently granted bail and has also been cleared of conspiracy charges against him.

The prime accused in the case, Tiger Memon and his family are still absconding and are reportedly living in Pakistan.

ANI

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