1993 Mumbai blasts case: Congress wants Dawood, Memon punished
New Delhi, September 7: After the TADA court announced the quantum of punishment in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, the Congress on Thursday said justice has finally prevailed and asserted that India is determined to fight terrorism and punish its perpetrators.
Congress incharge of communications Randeep Surjewala voiced hope that terrorists Dawood Ibrahim and Tiger Memon will also be punished, after a Mumbai TADA court sentenced two accused to death and handed down life term to two others including Dawood's aide Abu Salem.
"Justice prevails in Mumbai blasts with life imprisonment of Abu Salem. 104 accused convicted so far.
Next should be Dawood Ibrahim and Memon," he said on Twitter. "India will determinedly fight and punish terrorism. After a long chase, UPA ensured extradition of #AbuSalem in 2005 from Portugal, " Surjewala tweeted.
India will determinedly fight & punish terrorism. After a long chase, UPA ensured extradition of #AbuSalem in 2005 from Portugal.2/2— Randeep S Surjewala (@rssurjewala) September 7, 2017