Bangladeshi man held guilty in Shramjeevi explosion case

Twelve persons were killed in an explosion that rocked the Shramjeevi Express on July 28, 2005, evening. Sixty other persons were injured.

Bangladeshi man held guilty in Shramjeevi explosion case

Lucknow: A sessions court in Jaunpur on Friday held a Bangladeshi national guilty in the Shramjeevi Express train blast case. The quantum of sentence will be pronounced on Saturday.

Twelve persons were killed in an explosion that rocked the Shramjeevi Express on July 28, 2005, evening. Sixty other persons were injured.

The judge said based on evidence, Bangladeshi national Mohammad Aalamgeer has been found guilty.

The court, however, deferred the case of another accused, Ubaid-Ur-Rehman, for August 2.

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