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Twin blasts accused discharged from hospital

September 02, 2003 16:49 IST

Sayyed Mohammad Hanif Abdul Rahim, one of the four accused involved in the twin blasts and earlier Ghatkopar blasts in the city, who was admitted to Bhabha Hospital following high blood pressure, was on Tuesday discharged, police sources said.

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"Hanif has been discharged from the hospital and would be produced in the court later today," Assistant Commissioner of Police Wali Shetty told PTI.

Hanif was picked by the Crime Branch on Sunday but was brought to Bhabha hospital after he complained of high blood pressure, the police said.

The police on Monday said Hanif, along with his wife and daughter had placed the bomb at Gateway of India, which was triggered off on August 25 killing several persons and leaving many others injured.


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