4 get life sentence in Babri Masjid terror attack case

Category : India News
Updated On : June 19, 2019 02:21 AM
By Indian Times Daily

A special court has sentenced four people to life terms for the conspiracy behind a 2005 militant attack in Ayodhya that killed two civilians. On July 5, 2005, a militant had carried out a suicide bombing attempt, breaching the security of the makeshift Ram temple.

          Special judge Dinesh Chandra, who announced the verdict inside the Naini Central Jail where the accused are lodged, also imposed a fine of Rs 2.4 lakh on each of the four, Public Prosecutor Gulab Chandra Agrahari told reporters here.

          Agrahari said the four who got life imprisonment are: Doctor Irrfan, Shakeel Ahmed, Asif Iqbal and Mohammed Naseem; while Mohammed Aziz was acquitted for lack of evidence.

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