Seven years after the Mumbai serial train blasts in which nearly 200 people were killed and over 700 injured, the trial in the case is still going on.
Seven years after the serial bomb blasts on the suburban local trains, Allwyn D`cunha, a victim of the attack, is still waiting for the compensation.
A special MCOCA court allowed the accused in July 2006 suburban train blasts case to examine ndian Mujhahideen co-founder Sadiq Israr Sheikh and two others as defence witnesses, ignoring opposition by the Anti-Terrorism Squad.
Seven RDX bombs exploded in the first class coaches of Mumbai suburban trains on July 11, 2006, killing 188 and injuring 817 others.
The accused facing trial in the 2006 suburban train blasts will have to cough up Rs 34 lakh to four telecom companies if they want to obtain call data records from mobile service providers.
The court was hearing an application by 13 alleged SIMI members facing trial in the 7/11 blasts.
It has been six years since July 11, 2006 when 187 people were killed and hundreds others injured as 7 blasts ripped apart 7 local trains in Mumbai.
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