Kashmiri sikhs' massacre: Indian court acquits 2 Pakistanis

Mohammed Suhail and Waseem Ahmed were acquitted as prosecution failed to produce evidence against them.

Ppi August 10, 2011

NEW DELHI: A court in New Delhi on Wednesday acquitted two Pakistani nationals, suspected to be Lashkar-e-Taiba militants, of the charge of involvement in massacre of 35 Sikhs in Chattisinghpora in Occupied Kashmir 11 years ago, Press trust of india (PTI) reported.

Mohammed Suhail and Waseem Ahmed, who hail from Sialkot & Gujranwala respectively, were acquitted by Additional Session Judge Kaveri Baweja as prosecution failed to produce evidence against them.

The case relating to the massacre was transferred here by the Indian Supreme Court in November 2008.


Bangash | 12 years ago | Reply

There is some justice in India.

john | 12 years ago | Reply

where are the pakistanis? i dont see any comments from them??

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