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B Upendran | HENB | Hyderabad | March 5, 2022:: The VII Additional Metropolitan Sessions Court at Nampally sentenced a terror operative Abdul Aziz alias Gidda Aziz to 16 years imprisonment with a fine of Rs 26,000. However, the accused tried to deny all the charges framed against him and posed as a devout follower of the ‘Religion of Peace’. But, His associate Abdul Hadi was acquitted by the court.
Aziz was accused of a series of charges including planning to cause explosions in Hyderabad during 2001 Ganesh Chaturthi, a very crowded Hindu festival in the city and another one on conspiracy to cause an explosion at Ganesh temple in Secunderabad in 2004.
After he was arrested by the police from Lucknow airport in early 2016, a local court in Hyderabad granted him conditional bail.
Aziz however jumped bail and fled to Gulf, from where he was deported a few years ago and put to trial, leading to the conviction.
His other associate Mohd Nisar was earlier convicted and sentenced to 16 years imprisonment.
This is a case of criminal conspiracy and anti-national subversive activities in the guise of jihad by procuring firearms and ammunition and explosive substance materials with the intention to sabotage and blowing of government installations.
However, police foiled the conspiracy and arrested the trio and recovered from them a Belgium-made pistol, 5 live cartridges, Electric Detonators, a fake passport, and one empty cartridge.
They were planning to sabotage and blow off government installations, thereby creating terror and promoting enmity among communities.
A case was then registered at Central Crime Station of Hyderabad city police under sections 120-b, 153-A, 379, 420, 468, 471 r/w 34 of the IPC and 25 (1) (b) of Arms Act, Sec 4, 5 & 6 of the Explosive Substances Act and Sec.12(b) of Passport Act and investigated into and filed the charge sheet on completion of the investigation.
After conducting the trial, in the year 2011, Mohd Nissar was sentenced to 16 years imprisonment. On Friday, Srinivas Rao, VII additional metropolitan sessions Judge pronounced judgment against Abdu Aziz.
From source it is known that Abdul Aziz alias Ashrafi alias Giddah, a resident of Babanagar in Jalpally (near Hyderabad) was allegedly a hardcore communal element and the LeT operative. “Abdul Aziz went to Saudi Arabia in the 90s, where he came into contact with LeT operatives. Aziz was expert in the fabrication of IEDs and was planning to cause explosions in Hyderabad during Ganrsh Chaturthi in 2001 and near the Ganesh temple in Secunderabad in 2004,” as it transpires from available information according to Telengana police release.