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Special NIA Court: Judge Resigned after verdict in Mecca Masjid blast

Special NIA Court: Judge Resigned after verdict in Mecca Masjid blast: Well, the Special National Investigation Agency court has announced the verdict for the Mecca Masjid blast case today under the Ravinder Reddy shadow. After that the breaking news coming that the judge resigned from his chair and that not looking great. NIA’s Hyderabad court’s judge Ravinder Reddy resigned on Monday after few couple hours of the verdict. Sources Reddy handed over his resignation to the Metropolitan Sessions Judge and just after that resign news started spreading on the Internet.

2007 Mecca Masjid blast case: On May 18, 2007, a bomb exploded at the Mecca Masjid during Friday prayers, resulting in the death of eight persons and injuries to 58. Five others were shot dead by police during a riot that followed.

Even, though the judge said that he was considering resigning for quite some time and it is his personal action. Overall, this resign is looking quite interesting because today the special anti-terrorism court acquitted five men accused of being involved in the Mecca Masjid blast in Hyderabad. You all should know that it was the most awaited case and verdict because killed nine people on May 18, 2007.

Well, the court said that lack of evidence against all the accused such as Swami Aseemanand, former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) worker from Rajasthan Devendra Gupta, two other former RSS workers –Lokesh Sharma and Rajender Chowdhary –from Madhya Pradesh and Bharat Mohanlal Rateshwar were the reason of acquitted verdict.

You all may know that a group of Hindu extremists led by another RSS worker Sunil Joshi and he has died before the charge sheet was filed which is why his name wasn’t on trial accused lists. Overall, this verdict and after that this resign will surely raise some question because victim’s families are seeking for the justice. The blast, during Friday prayers, injured 58 people. Five more were killed in police firing in violence that followed the blast.