Ten years in prison for masterminding bomb attacks in New Delhi 2005
Tariq Ahmed Dar, the mastermind behind a series of bombings in the Indian capital New Delhi in 2005, has been sentenced to ten years in prison by the court in India. When the terrorist attack came 62 people to life and were there more than two hundred injured.
The three explosions took place on 29 October will take place at two crowded markets and a bus, two days prior to an important hindu festival.
In addition to the Dar were also Mohammed Hussain Fazili and Mohammed Rafiq Shah rightly for their share in the attacks. They were both acquitted of conspiracy, attempted murder and murder. According to the court, was the evidence of the complainants as insufficient for a conviction.
The ruling is seen as a setback for the police in New Delhi since none of the three persons is tried as terreurverdachte. Dar was convicted on the basis of ‘illegal activities’. Himself said he is innocent and accused the prosecutors of torture.
Despite the fact that Dar ten years of imprisonment imposed has been, he is released. That is because he was already twelve years was in anticipation of the ruling.
In 2008, the charges against the defendants prepared, it was, Dar considered brain rear of the attacks. Some might think that the terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba (TeL) is behind the attacks.