UPA tried to frame Yogi, Bhagwat in Malegaon blast case claims accused

The anti terror squad (ATS) tried to frame both Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath and RSS chief, Mohan Bhagwat in the Malegaon 2008 blasts case, an accused claimed.

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In Col Purohit’s case, UPA tried to project a Right Wing conspiracy

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The Malegaon blast case in which Lt Col Purohit was made an accused took several turns. On Monday in a major relief to Purohit, the Supreme Court granted him bail. He will walk out of jail today after spending nearly 9 years.

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Did ATS kill 2008 Malegaon blast accused?

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Mumbai, Dec 31: Were the two accused in the Malegaon 2008 blasts case killed in custody by the Maharashtra ATS and their bodies disposed off as victims of the Mumbai 26/11 attack?

This was a revelation that was made before the court which in turn directed the National Investigation Agency which is probing the case.
The allegation is that the two accused, Ramchandra Kalsangra and Sandeep Dange, were killed by the ATS in custody. It is also alleged that their bodies were disposed off as victims of the Mumbai 26/11 attacks.

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Will Sadhvi Pragya be allowed to visit Kumbh Mela?

MCOCA back to haunt SadhviBengaluru, May 17: It would take sometime before Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur walks out of jail. Sadhvi who was discharged by the National Investigation Agency in connection with the Malegaon 2008 blasts case is currently on a hunger strike.

She says that she wants to visit the Kumbh Mela in Ujjain and also take a holy dip in the river Shipra before May 21.

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Sadhvi Pragya has one more legal hurdle

For Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, there is still one legal hurdle remaining before she could walk out of jail. While the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has dropped charges against her in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case, she will still have to fight out the Sunil Joshi murder case in which she is an accused.Read more:

Malegaon blast: Lt Col Purohit’s plea challeging framing of charges rejected by SC

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New Delhi, April 29: A plea filed by Lt Colonel Purohit challenging the framing of charges against him in connection with the Malegaon blasts case has been rejected by the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court directed Purohit to approach the High Court instead. Purohit had moved the Supreme Court seeking quashing of the charges framed against him by the trial court in connection with the Malegaon blasts case.
Purohit is one of the accused in the case. He felt that the framing of the charges against him were unjust and hence needed to be quashed.

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If you thought Samjautha blast case was confusing, check out Malegaon 1 and 2

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April 23: If you thought that the investigations into the Samjautha Express blasts case were confusing, then one must go through the case files in the Malegaon 1 and 2 cases.

In the Malegaon 1 case the probe by the Maharashtra ATS and the CBI had named Noorul Huda and 12 others as accused. Once the NIA took over the accused named were Manohar Nawaria and three others.

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Samjautha, Malegaon blast cases under review, not going soft on anyone says NIA

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New Delhi, April 16: The National Investigating Agency has decided to review all cases of terrorism that occurred between 2006 and 2008 in which some Hindus were involved. “We are just reviewing the cases as there have been too many twists and turns, but at no point are we even suggesting that we are going soft on the accused persons,” an officer with the NIA informed OneIndia.

A team of the NIA was in the United States of America to seek information about a financer from Pakistan alleged to have funded the Samjautha Express blasts. “We are awaiting that information, the officer informed. Further cases of terror at Malegaon will also be reviewed.” the officer said.

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NIA prepares strong response to Rohini Salian’s allegation on Malegaon blast probe

  New Delhi, Oct 14: The National Investigation Agency is consulting with its legal team to counter the statement made in an affidavit accusing one of its officers of telling special public prosecutor, Rohini Salian to go slow in the Malegaon blasts case. An officer with the NIA informed OneIndia that the statements made by Rohini Salian are completely false. We will contest that claim and are currently speaking with our legal team on how to go about it, the officer further informed.

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Malegaon blasts: NIA readying chargesheet, Purohit bail rejected

purosadhThe National Investigating Agency will file a chargesheet in the Malegaon blasts case of 2008 within a month and currently the evidence against the various accused is carefully being scrutinized.
The chargesheet is in the final stages and will be ready within a month, an NIA official informed.

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