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Trial to begin on February 28

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � The trial into the October 30, 2008 serial blasts, which claimed more than 90 lives, besides leaving hundreds injured, would finally begin on February 28.

The case, in which Ranjan Daimary, the chief of the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) is a prime accused, was today committed to the Sessions Court, Kamrup.

All the 12 accused presently in judicial custody have been asked to appear before the Court on that day.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had already filed two chargesheets in this connection, including an additional chargesheet naming 22 accused, including NDFB chief Daimary alias Nabla. Advocate Manas Sarania is representing Daimary in the Court.

The first chargesheet was filed on May 25, 2009, while the CBI filed the additional chargesheet on December 20, 2010.

Of the 22 accused named in the chargesheet, 12 including Daimary are currently in judicial custody and have appeared before the Court as directed by the Court. The rest have been stated as absconders.

The chargesheet stated that the NDFB (Ranjan faction) had masterminded the serial blasts, which included three in Guwahati, three in Kokrajhar, two in Barpeta Road and one in Bongaigaon.

Meanwhile, Assam Police today secured five days custody of the five NDFB rebels who were arrested by the Meghalaya police around a week back.

The NDFB cadres were produced before the Court of Sub Divisional Magistrate (1) today.

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Trial to begin on February 28

GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � The trial into the October 30, 2008 serial blasts, which claimed more than 90 lives, besides leaving hundreds injured, would finally begin on February 28.

The case, in which Ranjan Daimary, the chief of the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) is a prime accused, was today committed to the Sessions Court, Kamrup.

All the 12 accused presently in judicial custody have been asked to appear before the Court on that day.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had already filed two chargesheets in this connection, including an additional chargesheet naming 22 accused, including NDFB chief Daimary alias Nabla. Advocate Manas Sarania is representing Daimary in the Court.

The first chargesheet was filed on May 25, 2009, while the CBI filed the additional chargesheet on December 20, 2010.

Of the 22 accused named in the chargesheet, 12 including Daimary are currently in judicial custody and have appeared before the Court as directed by the Court. The rest have been stated as absconders.

The chargesheet stated that the NDFB (Ranjan faction) had masterminded the serial blasts, which included three in Guwahati, three in Kokrajhar, two in Barpeta Road and one in Bongaigaon.

Meanwhile, Assam Police today secured five days custody of the five NDFB rebels who were arrested by the Meghalaya police around a week back.

The NDFB cadres were produced before the Court of Sub Divisional Magistrate (1) today.

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