Following the Supreme Court docket’s determination to grant him bail, Raziuddin Nasir, the youngest son of the esteemed cleric Moulana Naseeruddin, has been launched from Gujarat Sabarmati jail after spending sixteen years behind bars.
His launch passed off on Thursday, and Nasir promptly made his method to Hyderabad, the place he rejoined his household at their Saidabad residence.
Notably, Nasir was one of many accused within the 2008 Ahmedabad serial bomb blasts case, and he, together with 27 others, was acquitted in February 2022.
Nonetheless, regardless of his acquittal within the blast case, he remained incarcerated attributable to a pending legal case associated to an alleged jailbreak try.
The precise incident in query pertained to Nasir’s purported involvement in a jailbreak try, and the trial for this matter was ongoing.
In search of justice, Nasir approached the apex courtroom, highlighting his continued detention regardless of being acquitted within the blast case.
Raziuddin Nasir, hailing from Saidabad, is the youngest son of the late Maulana Naseeruddin, who served as the previous President of Wahdat-E-Islami till his passing in 2020.
To supply context, Nasir was arrested by the detection crime department of Ahmedabad police in 2008, the place he was accused of being a member of the fear outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM), a faction related to the banned College students Islamic Motion of India (SIMI).
The 2008 Ahmedabad bomb blasts, which occurred on July 26, claimed 56 lives and resulted in Nasir’s preliminary arrest.
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