Akshardham case: court asks to probe evidence tampering
Ahmedabad, June 16 (UNI) The special Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) Court today directed the investigating agency to probe if there was an tampering of evidence in the case of the terrorist attack on Akshardham temple.
Judge Ms Sonia Gokani also asked to file a case of 'tampering with Evidence' as the registration number of theused by the terrorists mentioned in the First Information Report (FIR) was different from the one presented in the court today.
This car was used by the two Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorits to travel from Kashmir to Ahmedabad. After arriving here it was sent back, while the two headed for Akshardham Temple, Gandhinagar, in a locally hired taxi from Kalupur Railway station to mislead the investigating agency to make them belive that they had travelled by train to reach here.
In the Akshardham temple attack, the terrorists had killed nearly 35 persons, including two commandos of National Security Guards and one commando of State police, before they were shotdown by National Security Guard (NSG) personnel.
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