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The Madhya Pradesh High Court today quashed a production warrant against jailed gangster Abu Salem by a Bhopal court in a 2002 murder case.
In the 1993 Mumbai blasts case Abu Salem, whose role was crucial, got away with a life sentence while two other convicts were awarded death sentence.
Thanks to extradition treaty with Portugal, Abu Salem escapes the hangman's noose for role in 1993 Mumbai blasts case
One of the important clauses in the treaty between India and Portugal for extradition of Salem was an assurance by New Delhi that he would not be sentenced to death.
1993 Mumbai blasts case: Life imprisonment for Abu Salem, Karimullah Khan; convicts Tahir Merchant, Feroz Khan get death sentence
Thirty-five people, including prime accused Dawood Ibrahim, associates Tiger Memon, Mohammed Ahmed Umar Dosa and Javed Chikna are still wanted in the case and are on the run.
Arguments on the quantum of sentence continued after the conviction and the hearing concluded on August 10.
Defence lawyer Abdul Wahab Khan moved an application before the court to examine three witnesses for the defence of his client Feroz Khan to which the TADA Court agreed.
Salem contended that after the Portugal court terminated the 2014 order for his extradition, his entire trial in India has become illegal.
Azamgarh natives Abu Salem and Kaifi Azmi both took the road to Mumbai. How did they end up in a different place?
Abu Kaif is the younger brother of gangster Abu Salem who was convicted in the 1993 Mumabi blast case by a TADA court in Mumbai.
Mustafa has been found guilty of taking part in the blasts conspiracy meetings held in India and Dubai before the terror strike was carried out at 12 targets in Mumbai.
Mustafa Dossa and Abu Salem , the main men among the six convicted for their role in the 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai, were as different as chalk and cheese. One was a diehard Dawood Ibrahim loyalist.
Jaan Usman Khan alias Reenu, who is in his 30s and has a long list of arrests in Delhi and Mumbai, was nabbed last night from an area near Sanjay Jheel.
Maria credited the Mumbai police team who did massive work day and night.
The dastardly attacks had left 257 people dead, 713 seriously injured and destroyed properties worth Rs 27 crore.
A special court here will, on June 16, deliver its verdict in the March 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case against mafia don Abu Salem and six others.
Abu Salem has been named in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case and is an accused in a slew of cases related to murder and extortion.