08, Jul 2015
The closure report comes at a time when reports have emerged of a slew of cases, allegedly involving Hindu extremists, falling apart.
Written by Satish Jha | Modasa | Published on:July 8, 2015 3:40 am
Gulam Mohammed Dholkawala, 51, remembers sitting on a scooter outside a mutton shop in Modasa’s Suka Bazaar when the locality was rocked by a blast. He could feel his cheeks burn and a loud ringing in his ears, which took weeks to go away.
Almost seven years have passed since the September 29, 2008 blast, but the trauma still haunts the victims.