Govt wants fast-track courts for terror cases, says Moily
Mumbai: Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily
on Saturday said the government would like fast-track courts to deal
with cases in connection with terror.
"We would like to have terror cases dealt with by
fast-track courts," Moily told reporters.
"Terrorism has no territory...no religion. I think the
time has come to deal with the terrorists very firmly. With
that kind of willpower and determination, we are going after
the terrorists," he said.
On the allegation by Muslim organisations that
innocent Muslims have been arrested in connection with the
2006 Malegaon blasts, Moily said, "We would also see that
whoever is innocent...they are not punished or tortured."
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