All 5 Accused in Bodh Gaya Bombings Found Guilty by Patna Court
The court has set the next date of hearing on Thursday, 31 May.
All the five accused in the Bodh Gaya bombings of 2013 were on Friday, 25 May, found guilty by a special court in Patna, ANI reported. All the five accused are members of the terror group Indian Mujahideen, NDTV reported.
A series of bombing in and around the Maha Bodhi temple – situated at the spot where Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment – injured five persons, including two monks, on 7 July, 2013.
The court has set the next date of hearing to Thursday, 31 May.
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