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Sunday December 11, 2011 10:08:48 AM, Agencies

Jaipur: Eleven Muslims, acquitted by a local court of charges of being members of the banned outfit SIMI, December 10 demanded action against authorities, including former Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje for implicating them in the case.

The Muslim youths, who were arrested after the 2008 Jaipur serial blasts, were on December 09 acquitted by a fast track court, which observed that prosecution failed to establish any link between them and the banned outfit. They were however charged with unlawful activities without any direct role in the explosions.

The men, under the banner of Rajasthan Muslim Forum, also sought action against Raje's cabinet colleague former state home minister Gulab Chand Kataria and some police officers.

They said despite their innocence being proved after a long legal battle, they are still facing several social complexities due to the charges leveled on them.

"We are socially boycotted after the arrest of my son. My family suffered for three years and source of livelihood also got disturbed," news agency PTI quoted Aadil, father of Azam who was acquitted, as saying.

He demanded action against those responsible and accused the police of torturing Azam and others in the jail.

They also demanded a token compensation of Rs 25 lakh each to the victims.

 

The fast track court on December 09 acquitted 11 of the 14 persons arrested from Kota, Baran and Jodhpur following the May 2008 Jaipur serial blasts on Friday.  Later, three of the 14 accused persons were shifted to the Sabarmati Central Jail in Gujarat with the charges framed in the July 2008 in the Ahmedabad blasts case.

Those acquitted are Nazakat Hussain, Amanullah, Mohammd Yunus, Ishaq Qureshi, Mohammad Suhail, Taufeeq, Azam, Inamur Rehman, Nadim Akhtar, Munawwar Hussain and Mohammad Ilyas.

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

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