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Six found guilty of involvement in 1993 blasts in India’s financial hub

The Mumbai blasts devastated India

By: Sarwar Alam

An Indian court on Friday found six men guilty of involvement in a series of blasts in the city of Mumbai in 1993 that killed 257 people and wounded 800, the latest in scores of convictions related to India‘s most deadly bombings. The special anti-terrorism court said the six had transported weapons and planted bombs, which targeted landmark buildings in the financial hub, including the main stock exchange. A seventh man was acquitted on a lack of evidence. Investigators had said the bombs were ordered by India‘s most-wanted man, gangster Dawood Ibrahim, to avenge the demolition of the historic Babri…

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