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"Accused can't be convicted merely because Co-accused pleaded guilty": Delhi Court Acquits Trilochan Singh in 2005 Satyam-Liberty Cinema blast case

Lawstreet Journal 29 Mar 2022 12:37am

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary "Accused can't be convicted merely because Co-accused pleaded guilty": Delhi Court Acquits Trilochan Singh in 2005 Satyam-Liberty Cinema blast case

A Delhi Court has acquitted one Trilochan singh in connection with a case pertaining to two blasts at Liberty Cinema and Satyam Cinema that rocked the national capital in the year 2005.

The Court observed that the prosecution miserably failed to prove its case or that Singh was a member of banned terrorist organisation Babbar Khalsa International. It further added that merely because the co-­accused persons have pleaded guilty and have been convicted is not a ground to convict Singh.

Additional Sessions Judge Dharmender Rana acquitted Singh of the charges under Sections 18 and 20 of Unlawful Activities ( Prevention) of Atrocities Act and Section 25 of the Arms Act.

The facts of the case are that the analysis of phone calls of the prime accused namely, Jagtar Singh Hawara, behind the bomb blasts revealed certain international mobile numbers. Subsequently, after bomb blasts in Paharganj, Sarojini Nagar and Govind Puri area of the city, it was revealed that these international numbers belongs to one Cheema/Jeeta and one H. S. Gill, an absconder in the murder of Beant Singh, Ex­-Chief Minister of Punjab. It was also revealed that one Gurpreet and Paramjeet singh Bheora were also in touch with these international numbers. 

Paramjeet Singh Bheora and Jagtar Singh Hawara are reported to be the main leaders of Babbar Khalsa International, a banned terrorist organisation, in India. They were also reported to be involved in the assassination of Beant Singh and had escaped from Burail Jail with one Jagtar Singh.

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