Aurangabad arms haul: Vedict on quantum of sentence deferred to Aug 2

abu jundal1New Delhi, July 30: The special MCOCA court will pronounce its verdict on the quantum of sentence in the Aurangabad arms haul case on August 2. The court which was originally to deliver the verdict on Saturday postponed the same for August 2.
During the arguments on the quantum of sentence, the defence pleaded for a lenient punishment against the 12 convicts. The prosecution however, sought a stringent punishment while asking the court to take into account the gravity of the crime.

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Aurangabad arms case: MCOCA court says there was plan to eliminate Modi

abujundal_newNew Delhi, July 28: Stating that there was a conspiracy to eliminate Narendra Modi, the then Chief Minister of Gujarat, a special MCOCA court on Thursday held Abu Jundal and others guilty in the Aurangabad arms haul case.
Abu Jundal who was deported to India from Saudi Arabia on the charge that he had given Hindi tuitions to the terrorists who attacked Mumbai on 26/11 was also charged in the Aurangabad arms haul case.

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Malegaon blasts: Breather for accused as NIA says no to MCOCA

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Mumbai, Feb 3: In a reprieve for the accused in the Malegaon blasts case, the National Investigation Agency has indicated that it does want to press charges under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act (MCOCA).

The NIA however states that the decision is still pending and they would drop the charges provided an opinion by the Attorney General of India is given.

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Chhota Rajan will face tough MCOCA law upon return to India

rajan1Mumbai, Nov 2: When Chhota Rajan is brought back to India from Indonesia, he will face trial for a host of cases, but there are six of them which will trouble him the most.

These are the six cases that have been booked under the stringent provisions of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act.

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7/11 train blasts: Arguments on quantum of sentence to continue tomorrow

blasttrainNew delhi, Sept 14: The Special MCOCA will continue hearing on the arguments regarding the sentencing of 12 persons in connection with the 7/11 Mumbai train blasts.
Arguments on the sentencing which commenced this morning went on for the entire day and will continue tomorrow as well.

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7/11 blasts: Sentencing today, prosecution will demand maximum punishment

blastNew Delhi, Sept 14: The Special MCOCA court which had convicted 12 persons in connection with the Mumbai 7/11 or the serial train blasts case will deliver the quantum of sentence today.
The prosecution will argue the case seeking maximum punishment for the convicts before which the Judge, Y S Shinde will deliver the verdict on the quantum of sentence.

The prosecution will seek life imprisonment for 4 accused while in the case of 8 others the death penalty would be sought. Depending on the quantum of sentence awarded the next legal course of action would be taken which also include filing an appeal against the acquittal of Abul Wahid.

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2006 Mumbai train blasts verdict out: 12 convicted, 1 acquitted

Workers stand near local train damaged by a blast in MumbaiMumbai, Sept 11: The Special MCOCA court today convicted 12 out of the 13 accused in the 2006 serial train bombing case at Mumbai.
While 12 persons were held guilty of conspiring and carrying out the blasts, one person Abdul Wahid Shaikh was acquitted in the case.
The special MCOCA court judge, Yatin Shinde delivered the verdict today in a case that spanned over for 9 years. The court is yet to deliver the verdict on sentencing.

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2006 train blast: List of convicted persons, sentencing on Monday

blasttrainNew Delhi, Sept 11: The sentencing in the 2006 serial train blasts of Mumbai will take place on Monday. The Special MCOCA court convicted 12 persons today while acquitting one. Special MCOCA court judge, Y Shinde said in the court that the quantum of the sentence will be pronounced on Monday.
The verdict in the case comes as a closure to the families of 187 victims who lost their lives when 7 powerful blasts ripped through the compartments of trains in Mumbai. The blasts ripped through the compartments of the trains in 8 minutes and which claimed 187 lives and injured over 800.

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2006 Mumbai train blasts verdict today

Workers stand near local train damaged by a blast in MumbaiMumbai, Sept 11: The verdict in the high profile Mumbai serial train blasts case will be pronounced today.
The Special MCOCA court will deliver the verdict in the case, which is referred to as the July 11, 2006 serial train blasts case.
The blasts had claimed the lives of 189 people and injured over 900. Seven bombs had ripped through the compartments of trains between Churchgate and Bhayander in Mumbai.
Explosives were planted in utensils and were extremely powerful in nature. train

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Malegaon blast case vitiated by Rohini Salian’s statements

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The Malegaon blast case has once again been revived with some statements being made accusing the NIA of directing the Public Prosecutor to go slow with the case.

While the National Investigating Agency has denied the allegations stating that the case had not yet reached the trial stage for the prosecutor Rohini Salian to make such statements, counsel for the accused persons too feel that the case is being vitiated now.

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