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Nagori, others appear before court in 2008 sedition case

Press Trust of India  |  Indore 

Safdar Hussain Nagori and other suspected members of banned Students Islamic Movement of (SIMI) today appeared before a here which is conducting the trial of a sedition case against them.

Nagori, Aamil Pervez, Shibli, Qamaruddin, Shahduli, Qamran, Ansar, Ahmed Baig and Yaseen were brought here from prison and produced before Additional Sessions Judge B K Paloda amid tight security.



Another accused, Manuroz, who is on bail, also appeared in the court.

They were arrested from Indore in 2008 for sedition and waging a war against the country, among other offences. Police alleged that they were planning terror attacks.

Following the arrests, police recovered explosives, firearms, ammunition, etc, from a farmhouse near Indore.

Prosecutor Vimal Mishra said Deputy Superintendent of Police Kaithwas today deposed as a prosecution witness in the about seizure of firearms, cartridges, propaganda literature, explosive material and other items during the raid on the farmhouse on the intervening night of March 26-27, 2008.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nagori, others appear before court in 2008 sedition case

Safdar Hussain Nagori and other suspected members of banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) today appeared before a court here which is conducting the trial of a sedition case against them. Nagori, Aamil Pervez, Shibli, Qamaruddin, Shahduli, Qamran, Ansar, Ahmed Baig and Yaseen were brought here from Ahmedabad prison and produced before Additional Sessions Judge B K Paloda amid tight security. Another accused, Manuroz, who is on bail, also appeared in the court. They were arrested from Indore in 2008 for sedition and waging a war against the country, among other offences. Police alleged that they were planning terror attacks. Following the arrests, police recovered explosives, firearms, ammunition, etc, from a farmhouse near Indore. Prosecutor Vimal Mishra said Deputy Superintendent of Police Ajay Kaithwas today deposed as a prosecution witness in the court about seizure of firearms, cartridges, propaganda literature, explosive material and other items during the raid ... Safdar Hussain Nagori and other suspected members of banned Students Islamic Movement of (SIMI) today appeared before a here which is conducting the trial of a sedition case against them.

Nagori, Aamil Pervez, Shibli, Qamaruddin, Shahduli, Qamran, Ansar, Ahmed Baig and Yaseen were brought here from prison and produced before Additional Sessions Judge B K Paloda amid tight security.

Another accused, Manuroz, who is on bail, also appeared in the court.

They were arrested from Indore in 2008 for sedition and waging a war against the country, among other offences. Police alleged that they were planning terror attacks.

Following the arrests, police recovered explosives, firearms, ammunition, etc, from a farmhouse near Indore.

Prosecutor Vimal Mishra said Deputy Superintendent of Police Kaithwas today deposed as a prosecution witness in the about seizure of firearms, cartridges, propaganda literature, explosive material and other items during the raid on the farmhouse on the intervening night of March 26-27, 2008.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nagori, others appear before court in 2008 sedition case

Safdar Hussain Nagori and other suspected members of banned Students Islamic Movement of (SIMI) today appeared before a here which is conducting the trial of a sedition case against them.

Nagori, Aamil Pervez, Shibli, Qamaruddin, Shahduli, Qamran, Ansar, Ahmed Baig and Yaseen were brought here from prison and produced before Additional Sessions Judge B K Paloda amid tight security.

Another accused, Manuroz, who is on bail, also appeared in the court.

They were arrested from Indore in 2008 for sedition and waging a war against the country, among other offences. Police alleged that they were planning terror attacks.

Following the arrests, police recovered explosives, firearms, ammunition, etc, from a farmhouse near Indore.

Prosecutor Vimal Mishra said Deputy Superintendent of Police Kaithwas today deposed as a prosecution witness in the about seizure of firearms, cartridges, propaganda literature, explosive material and other items during the raid on the farmhouse on the intervening night of March 26-27, 2008.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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