Court rejects Ajmer blast accused trio`s revision bail plea
A court today rejected the revision bail petitions of three accused in the 2007 Ajmer dargah blast case, in which three persons were killed and 15 injured.
Ajmer: A court today rejected the
revision bail petitions of three accused in the 2007 Ajmer
dargah blast case, in which three persons were killed and 15
District judge Prashant Kumar Agarwal rejected the
petitions of Devender Gupta, Lokesh Sharma and Chander Shekhar
Lave, who were brought under tight security. The court had
heard their plea on Saturday.
While Gupta and Sharma were in Hyderabad Jail, Lave
was lodged in the Central Jail here.
Lawyer of the three accused, Umardan Lakhavt, filed
the revision petition after the Chief Judicial Magistrate
rejected their bail application.
This morning, CJM Ratan Lal committed to the sessions
court for trial the blast case.
The court ordered the trio to be present on November 2
for the next hearing.
On October 22, Rajasthan ATS filed a 806-page charge
sheet against the accused trio and Sandeep Dange and Ramji
Kalsangre (both absconding) in the court of Additional Chief
Judicial Magistrate Jagendra Kumar Jain.
They have been charged with various sections of the
IPC, including 302 (murder), 307 (attempt to murder), 120B
(conspiracy) and 295 (injuring or defiling place of worship).
Another accused Sunil Joshi died during the course of
investigation, according to ATS officer Satyendra Singh who
filed the charge sheet. The prosecution has cited 133
witnesses. Senior RSS leader Indresh Kumar has been named in
the charge sheet.