Mumbai: The family of a convicts in a 7/11 sequence sight blasts box in Mumbai, 5 of whom have been handed genocide sentence, on Wednesday pronounced they will proceed a High Court to defence a verdict.
A special MCOCA justice in Mumbai on Wednesday condemned 5 of a 12 convicted in a box to genocide while a remaining were awarded life imprisonment. 189 people were killed in a 2006 blast in that 829 others were also injured.
Grief-stricken Ataur Rehman, a relations of convicts Faizal and Muzammil, pronounced they will interest in a aloft justice opposite a decision.
“There have been cases earlier, where a revoke justice has given genocide judgment and after a high justice has not inspected it,” he said.
Mukhtar Ahmaed Shaikh, hermit of Mohammad Ali Shaikh, pronounced his family too will interest in a High Court opposite a hearing court’s verdict.
Abdul Wahid Shaikh, an indicted who got exculpation in this case, said, “I was arrested in 2006 and clear in 2015. During these 9 years, we was totally devastated…I mislaid my pursuit and also my mother and children suffered. we was tormented mentally and physically since of my detain in this case.”
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“One should feel happy after removing acquitted, though as my 12 trusting brothers are inside we am not happy,” he claimed.
“We will record an interest for a 12 brothers (convicts) in a High Court with a assistance of Jamait-Ulema opposite this verdict,” Shaikh said.
Jamait-Ulema, a distinguished Muslim NGO, had supposing authorised assist to all a 12 convicts.
“It is not a doubt of being happy or not with this verdict. we have lived with them (convicts) for 9 years and a trusting are being sentenced..I feel bad for that,” he claimed.