Topic: Malegaon blast case

Last month the NIA court had refused to restrain Sadhvi Pragya's candidature in the Lok Sabha elections citing the lack of jurisdiction.
The special NIA court was hearing a petition filed by Nisar Ahmed Sayyed Bilal, a 59-year-old resident of Malegaon, Nashik seeking directions to restrain Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting elections.
Sadhvi Pragya's allegations of brutal custodial torture are being paid no heed as her candidature for the Lok Sabha election appears more alarming to some.
While defending the fielding of Pragya Singh Thakur, who is on bail in the blast case, PM Modi asked why no such questions are being asked when Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi are contesting from Amethi and Rae Bareli constituencies, respectively, despite being on "bail".
BJP President Amit Shah has stated in many of his rallies that the Congress and its ecosystem had tried very hard to paint Hindus as terrorists and they had miserably failed at it.
There have been speculations that Sadhvi Pragya could contest against senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh, one of the chief architects of the Hindu Terror narrative.
The Special NIA court had allowed the photocopies of the statements to be used as secondary evidence in the case.
While calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi a "patriot", the Sadhvi branded Congress President Rahul Gandhi a child.
The validity of sanctions to prosecute lt Col Purohit is to be decided by the trial court tomorrow
He has recently written a book busting the propaganda of 'Hindu terror'
He has claimed that the ATS tried to falsely implicate innocents
An exclusive interview with Senior advocate Avinash Gupta, who successfully got bail for Sadhvi Pragya in Malegaon blasts case.
Bombay High Court on 25 April granted bail to Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur in 2008 Malegaon blast case.

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