Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad on Wednesday opposed a PIL in the Bombay High Court seeking a stay on the ongoing 7/11 serial train bomb blasts case.
Seven RDX bombs kept in the first class coaches of Mumbai`s suburban trains had exploded on July 11, 2006, killing 188 people.
The trial in the July 2006 serial train blasts that left 187 people dead and over 800 injured in the megapolis is expected to conclude soon, senior officials overseeing the case said.
A witness on Tuesday deposed before the
special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act court which is conducting the trial in the July 2006 Mumbai
train blasts case.
The trial in the July 11, 2006
serial train blasts case was on Tuesday adjourned till August 12
after four accused failed to appoint a lawyer to defend them.
Day in Pics: 27th November
Showbiz World - November 27, 2014