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12 Convicted For 7/11 Train Blast That Put To Death 189 in Mumbai

According to the Indian court in Mumbai, have found 12 out of 13 men accused of planning blasts that ripped through Mumbai commuter trains in 2006 in which not less than 180 people had lost their lives and hundreds had been brutally injured.

As per the reports, within 15 minutes of time, seven bombs exploded on the packed trains at the time of evening rush hour in Mumbai on July 11, 2006.

The bomb blasts took place at or around Bhayender, Borivali, Jogeshwari, Khar Road, Bandra, Mahim and Matunga Road stations.

In the long trial which last for eight years, not less than 192 witnesses were examined by the prosecution, which included eight Indian Police Service (IPS) officers and five Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers and 18 doctors. The ousting made by the witnesses runs in to around 5,500 pages.

Not less than 200 witnesses were been interrogated against 13 accused by the investigating agency, Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS).

On Monday, the men will be sentenced, bringing the trial to an end that lasted for eight years, in which not less than 200 witnesses were been involved.

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