A particular NIA court docket has sentenced 4 terrorists of the banned Jamat-ul-Mujaheedin of Bangladesh (JMB) terror group to seven years imprisonment and imposed a high quality of Rs 5,000 every for his or her involvement within the Burdwan blast case of 2014.
Ziaul Hoque, Motiur Rahaman, Mohammad Yusuf and Jahirul Sheikh have been jailed for seven years and fined Rs 5,000 by the court docket which delivered the judgement on Tuesday, an NIA spokesperson mentioned.
On October 2, 2014, a strong blast attributable to an improvised explosive devise (IED) came about on the first flooring of a rented home within the busy Khagragarh locality of West Bengal’s Burdwan.
The IED had by chance gone off on the time of its fabrication by members of the Bangladesh-based banned terrorist organisation JMB.
The rented home was occupied by JMB members for the nefarious exercise of bomb making, the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) official mentioned.
Two terrorists had succumbed to their accidents induced because of the bomb blast and one other survived with grievous accidents.
The case was initially registered by the West Bengal police and was subsequently taken over by the NIA on October 10, 2014.
The JMB conspired to radicalise, recruit and supply coaching in arms and explosives to its members in India in addition to to commit terrorist acts and wage a warfare in opposition to the democratically-established governments of India and Bangladesh, the official mentioned.
Numerous IEDs, explosives, hand grenades, coaching movies had been recovered through the investigation of the case.
A complete of 33 accused had been charge-sheeted for numerous offences on this case, out of which 31 had been arrested.
Earlier on August 30 final 12 months, as many as 19 accused and on January 15 final 12 months 5 accused had been convicted and sentenced for numerous phrases by the NIA particular court docket.
The trial in opposition to the remaining three arrested and two lacking charge-sheeted accused will proceed.
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