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Court acquits ex-AMU scholar in Sabarmati Express blast case

DNA Saturday, 20 May 2017
Former Aligarh Muslim University scholar Gulzar Ahmed Wani will walk out of jail after 16 years with an Uttar Pradesh court today acquitting him of the charge of having orchestrated the Sabarmati Express blast in 2000 that claimed nine lives.
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