2013 serial blasts at Modi rally: Four IM terrorists get death sentence

New Delhi, Oct 27: A Special NIA Court in Patna has awarded a death penalty to four Indian Mujahideen operatives in connection with the 2013 Gandhi Maidan serial blasts. It may be recalled that the blasts took place just before Narendra Modi, the then prime ministerial candidate was to deliver an address during the Hunkar rally.

The court had last week convicted 9 persons in the case. Two other terrorists were sentenced to rigorous life imprisonment, two to 10 years RI and one more was awarded a seven year sentence.

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Special NIA court sentenced ISIS terrorist to 7 years RI

New Delhi, Mar 06: One ISIS terrorist has been sentenced to seven years rigorous imprisonment by a special NIA court in Delhi in connection with a conspiracy case.

The convict Imran Khan Pathan had hatched a criminal conspiracy to establish its base in India by radicalising and recruiting Muslim youth through various social media platforms. As a result, radicalised youths expressed their solidarity, allegiance and support to ISIS and left India to join ISIS.

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