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The men convicted for Godhra carnage

February 22, 2011 19:16 IST

A special court on Tuesday convicted 31 persons and acquitted 63 others for the Godhra train carnage that killed 59 kar sevaks. The incident triggered a mayhem in Gujarat that claimed over 1,200 lives, mainly Muslims, 9 years ago. Following is the list of those convicted by the special court in the Godhra train burning case:

1. Suleman Ahmad Hussain alias Tiger (34)
2. Abdul Rehman Abdul Majid Dhantiya alias Kankatto (48)
3. Bilal Ismail Abdul Majid Sujela alias Bilal Haji (41)
4. Kasim Abdul Sattar alias Kasim Biryani Ghanchi (22)
5. Irfan Siraj Pado Ghanchi (19)
6. Anwar Mohammad Mehda alais Lala Shaikh (22)
7. Abdul Razak Mohammad Kurkur (44)
8. Siddik alias Matunga Abdullah Badam (46)
9. Mehboob Yakub Mitha alias Popa (30)
10. Ramjani Binyamin Behra (28)
11. Hasan Ahmed Charkha alias Lalu (23)
12. Jabir Binyamin Behra (20)
13. Mehboob Khalid Chanda (31)
14. Soheb Yusuf Ahmed Kalandar (22)
15. Saukat alias Bhano Farook Abdul Sattar Pataliya (23)
16. Salim alias Salman Yusuf Sattar Zarda (27)
17. Abdul Sattar Ibrahim Gaddi Asla (39)
18. Abdul Rauf Abdul Majid Isa (48)
19. Yunus Abdulhaq alias Ghadiyali (24)
20. Ibrahim Abdul Razak Abdul Sattar Samol alias Bhano (20)
21. Siraj Mohammad Abdul Meda alias Bala (27)
22. Bilal Abdullah Ismail Badam Ghanchi (34)
23. Haji Bhuriya Abdul Sattar Ibrahim Musalman (36)
24. Irfan Abdul Majid Ganchi Kalandar alias Irfan Bhopo (25)
25. Irfan Mhammad Hanifabdul Gani Pataliya (22)
26. Ayud Abdul Gani Ismail Pataliya (37)
27. Saukat Abdulah Maulvi Ismail Badam (40)
28. Mohammad Hanif alias Hani Abdullah Badam (42)
29. Mehbub Ahmed Yusuf Hasan alais Latiko (27)
30. Saukat Yusuf Ismail Mohan alias Bibino (28)
31. Siddik Mohammad Mora (35).  

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