Hearing in Jalna Mosque Bomb Blast Case Begins

Jalna (Maharashtra)
Hearing in Jalna Mosque Bomb Blast Case Begins
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Hearing in the 2004 bomb attack on a local mosque began today in the District and Sessions Court here in Central Maharashtra.

Prime accused Rakesh Dhawade and his five accomplices were produced before Judge K Y Tenge.

According to the prosecution, Dhawade, who hails from Pune, and his accomplices - Yogendra Deshpande, Gururaj Jayra Tutewar, Rahul Manohar Pande, Sanjay, Maroti Wagh and Vittalrao Chowdhari - all residents of Nanded, on August 27, 2004, allegedly hurled crude bomb in Qadariya Majid during Friday prayer. Twelve persons were injured in the blast.

On the first of the hearing, the court recorded the statements of four witnesses.

Dhawade and others are also accused in the Nanded, Parbhani and Malegaon blast cases.
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