After 12 years, Indian Court set to announce verdict in Samjhota Express blast case

After 12 years, Indian Court set to announce verdict in Samjhota Express blast case
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*NEW DELHI -**After 12 years, Indian Court set to announce verdict in Samjhota Express bomb blast case on March 14.*

*As per media report, India 's *Haryana Panchkula court on Monday reserved its order on 2007 Samjhauta Express blast case for March 14.

On February 18, 2007, a powerful blast in Samjhauta Express (a bi-weekly train which runs between Delhi and Attari) had killed 68 passengers.

Out of the deceased, 33 were male, 19 were female, 10 were male children, and 6 were female children.

A tight security was witnessed ahead of today's hearing in a special NIA Court in Panchkula in the Samjhauta Express blast case.

Swami Aseemanand, one of the key accused in the case, was also present at the hearing. Aseemanand was previously granted bail in the blast case.

According to reports, the alleged mastermind of the attack was found murdered.

The blast took place when the train was on its way to Attari near Dewana railway station in Haryana's Panipat district in 2007.

New Delhi