Terror cases: AIMPLB demands release of ‘innocent’ Muslims
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The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Sunday demanded that Muslim youths, who are lodged in various jails in connection with terror incidents for years but police have not been able to file any chargesheet against them, should be released. After a meeting of the executive committee of AIMPLB in Lucknow, its spokesperson Abdul Rahim Qureshi said many Muslim youths who have been acquitted by courts in terror cases should also be compensated by the government and action be taken against the officials of investigation agencies which framed them.
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