6 December 2002 Mumbai Bombing

6 December 2002 Mumbai Bombing

There were three explosions in Mumbai in four months starting December 6, 2002. The first blast was at the McDonald's at Mumbai Central.
The first explosion had taken place at the Mumbai Central railway station on December 6, 2002, followed by two more blasts over the next three.
At IST on Monday, 2 December 2002, a bomb placed under a seat of a B.E.S.T. bus exploded near the busy Ghatkopar station. The bomb. I have tried to give justice. The people who were killed were those present in the busy station area. Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. While four of the ten were found guilty of committing and planning to commit great poems about being yourself act, six others were charged under the Prevention of Terrorism Act for possessing unauthorised firearms. Ateef Nasir Mulla and Hasib Zubair 6 December 2002 Mumbai Bombing were convicted for possessing illegal firearms under POTA, while Mohammed Kamil, Noor Mohammed Abdul Malik Ansari and Anwar Ali Javed Ali Khan, were charged for the same offence under the Indian Arms Act. Written by Sadaf Modak. File Photo NDTV Business Hindi Movies Cricket Good Times Food Tech Auto Apps Prime Art Weddings.
6 December 2002 Mumbai Bombing