An unpunished act of Terrorism: How the NIA “miserably failed” to produce evidence in the Samjhauta Express caseMarch 30 2019
A Special NIA Court last week acquitted Swami Aseemanand and others accused of conspiring to conduct the Samjhauta Express blasts that killed 68 persons in 2007.
While the judgment delivered by Special NIA Judge Jagdeep Singh caused a huge outcry in various circles, it is reflective of the sorry state of affairs of India’s investigation agencies.
The 160-page judgment . . .
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