A court docket in Haryana on Friday acquitted Abdul Karim Tunda within the 1997 twin Rohtak bomb blast instances, his counsel mentioned.
Rohtak Further Classes choose Raj Kumar Yadav pronounced the decision acquitting 80-year-old Tunda for a scarcity of proof, advocate Vineet Verma mentioned.
Tunda was produced within the court docket by way of video conferencing. He’s at the moment lodged within the central jail in Rajasthan’s Ajmer. He’ll proceed to stay within the jail as he faces trial in a number of different instances.
Two bomb went off on the Outdated Sabzi Mandi and Qila street on January 22 in 1997 in Haryana’s Rohtak, leaving eight injured.
Tunda was charged with Part 307 (try to homicide), 120-B (conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and related sections of the Explosives Act, mentioned Verma.
Tunda was caught from close to the India-Nepal border in August 2013. He was delivered to Rohtak on a manufacturing warrant on October 26, 2013.
Tunda is a resident of Pilkhua in Ghaziabad district of Uttar Pradesh.
Tunda was booked in a number of bomb blast instances together with Sonipat and Panipat.
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