Hyderabad Task Force Office blast case, all 10 innocent Muslims acquitted

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Hyderabad, Aug 10:Metropolitan Sessions Court of Nampally on Thursday acquitted all the 10 Muslims accused involved in the Begumpet Task Force Office bomb blast case.
The 10 persons who were free from a criminal charge includes Abdul Kaleem, Shakeel, Syed Haji, Mohammed Abdul Zahid, Ajmal Ali Khan, Azmat Ali, Mahmood Baroodwala, Shaik Abdul Khaja, Nafees Biswas and Bilaluddin, a Bangladeshi citizen.
It may be mentioned that on 12th October 2005 a bomb was a blast at Task Force Office, Begumpet in which a Home guard Satyanarayana and a bomber of Bangladesh were killed. SIT of CCS had made an inquiry of this case. It had claimed that Harkatul Jihad Islami of Bangladesh was involved in the bomb blast.
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