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A total of 10 persons allegedly belonging to right-wing organisations were named as the accused in the case. Only five of them — Devendra Gupta, Lokesh Sharma, Swami Aseemanand alias Naba Kumar Sarkar, Bharat Mohanlal Rateshwar alias Bharat Bhai and Rajendra Chowdhary – were arrested and faced trial in the case.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) took over the case from the CBI in 2011.
Here’s a list of who said what about the acquittal:
NIA: “We will examine the court judgment after we get a copy of the same and decide further course of action.”
Asaduddin Owaisi, AIMIM chief: “Justice has not been done, NIA and (Narendra) Modi govt didn’t even appeal against bail that was given to accused within 90 days…this was a completely biased investigation which will weaken our resolve to fight terrorism…9 people died many (were) injured.”
“NIA is a deaf and blind TOTA (parrot), they didn’t appeal against bail given to accused, witness turned hostile after June 2014 IO (investigating officer) couldn’t give proper statement so everything was done to fail the victims… upshot is our fight against terrorism is weakened after today’s acquittals.”
RVS Mani, former under-secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs: “I had expected it. All the pieces of evidence were engineered, otherwise, there was no Hindu terror angle…People who perpetrated the attack were protected through misuse of the Agency(NIA), this is what is alarming. How do you compensate those who suffered and were maligned? Will Congress or anyone else who propagated this theory compensate them?”
Congress leader Ashok Gehlot: “It is now up to the government to examine order and decide if a further appeal is required. As it is a judicial matter, I would not like to comment on it.”