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Zaheera's sister-in-law identifies bakery accused


November 16, 2004 14:31 IST
Last Updated: November 16, 2004 15:18 IST


Yasmin Sheikh, an eyewitness in the Best Bakery case and sister-in-law of prime witness Zaheera Sheikh, on Tuesday identified eleven accused in the case.

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Fourteen people were killed when a mob attacked the Best Bakery in Vadodara on March 1, 2002.

Yasmin named ten accused but could not remember the name of the eleventh.

Zaheera, in a development that surprised many, had turned hostile on November 3. The trial was moved to Mumbai after Zaheera and her mother spoke of 'pressure' from the accused.

Yasmin on Tuesday told the court there were four more involved in the attack.

She said the mob was armed with swords and bamboo sticks.


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Sub: Reg: - Yasmin's identification

Dear Sir, I had gone through this article as published or appears in your website. I think I am confused. Who is correct! Ms.Zaheera or ...


Posted by siddhartha kumar das





Sub: Media has forgotten the real culprits responsible for setting train on fire

I wonder if Indian media is the most hyprocritic on this globe. Well always the majority pays in this county. Whether for a crime or ...


Posted by chandramohan





Sub: New Drama

This is new drama/Natak, When nothing has happened now started turning the point once again. Good going!!!!!! Zaahira & Yasmin....


Posted by Naresh




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