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Mumbai school teacher acquitted in terror case pens book on jail experience

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Wahid Sheikh, a school acquitted in 2006 terror blasts case, has now turned who has brought out a book that documents his experience in prison.

Sheikh arrested in connection with the 2006 terror blasts case was acquitted of all charges in 2015 when trial concluded. After his acquittal, he resumed his teaching profession and also completed a

Today, he is again in news for his book "Begunah Qaidi," (Innocent Prisoner) which he wrote while he was in prison.

Recently, a Delhi-based publisher brought out the book in two languages--Hindi and Urdu. A thousand copies of the book have already been sold as of now.

Sheikh expects that the book and his experiences will help other innocent people who are jailed for no reason.

Sheikh has completed his but being a in a government school, he is not allowed to practice law as per the norms laid down by the of India.

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First Published: Thu, March 14 2019. 02:39 IST