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Serial blasts accused Mustaffa Dossa
brought to Mumbai
March 20, 2003 17:17 IST
Mustaffa Ahmed Umar Dossa, a prime accused in 1993 bomb blast case, was on Thursday brought to Mumbai by a special flight from Delhi to face trial.
Mustaffa alias Majnoon Sheth alias Ahmed Memon was on Wednesday night deported from Dubai to India. He was flown to Delhi where the CBI arrested him.
Mustaffa will be produced before a designated TADA judge P D Kode for remand in the afternoon.
Mustaffa is the brother of Mohammad Dossa, another prime accused in the serial blast case and reportedly absconding since 1993 when the blasts occurred killing 257 people and injuring 713.
Both the brothers are facing charge of distributing arms and ammunitions at the instance of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim who is believed to have masterminded the blasts.
They are also accused of sending the blast accused to Pakistan via Dubai for arms training.
The court had earlier issued a non-bailable warrant against Mustaffa. He was also declared a proclaimed offender and his properties in Mumbai attached by the court.
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