Ajmer blast accused produced in court for Cong leader`s murder
Indore: An accused in Ajmer dargah blast
of 2007, Lokesh Sharma, was on Monday produced in a local court
where his statement was recorded in connection with the murder
of Congress leader Pyar Singh Ninama, amid tight security.
Sharma, one of the 13 accused in the Ninama murder case
recorded his statement in the court of Special Judge RKS
Gautam under section 313 of the CrPC, the government lawyer
Vishal Shrivastava said.
The next hearing of the case has been listed for
February 28, he added.
Sharma (37) is an accused in Ninama murder case which
took place at Manpur area of the district in August 2003.
Former RSS pracharak Sunil Joshi whose name has figured
in some Hindu terror acts, too allegedly had a hand in Ninama
Sharma got a bail after arrest in Ninama murder case
but Joshi who was on the run was shot dead in December 2007 in
Sharma was arrested by Rajasthan ATS in connection
with the Ajmer Blast on May 2010 here and since then he has
been in judicial custody at Ajmer central jail.
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