Published On: Sat, Jul 27th, 2013

Batla house encounter was genuine, rules court

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A Delhi court on Thursday rulesd that 2008 Batla House encounter was genuine and convicted lone suspected Indian Mujahideen operative Shahzad Ahmed of killing Delhi police inspector MC Sharma. The court will decide on the quantum of punishment to Shahzad Ahmad on July 29. Times now reported. Additional session judge Rajender kumar shastri  had on july 20 reserved the Judge ment after conclusion of final argument by the prosecution and the defence. During the trial, the prosecution examined 70 witnesses, including six eye- witnesses who were part of the raiding team of Delhi police special cell. The counsel, appearing for Shahzad, however, had claimed that he was not present in the flat in which the alleged shootout took place. During the trial, Shahzad had called as defence  witnesses Saif and zeeshan, both lodged in Sabarmati jail in Ahmedabad in connection with the serial blasts of july 26, 2008 there, to show that he was not at the spot

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