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Major News and Events of 28 July 2016

What Happened on 28 July 2016


Kejriwal Says Center Can Get Him Killed

Like all the other usual attempts, Delhi Chief Minister has again accused Bharatiya Janata Party of getting him killed someday. He warned the Aam Aadmi Party supporters to get ready to face worst. Citing examples, he mentioned arrest of AAP MLAs in the recent times. He also said that Prime Minister does things without even thinking.

MCOCA Court Convicts Twelve Accused, Acquits Ten

Following the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case, an MCOCA court has convicted 12 accused while acquitted 10 on Thursday. Abu Jundal, the 26/11 operative and key LeT operative is one among the convicts. The court said that this was even a larger conspiracy and all the accused were calling it jihad.

Prime Witness Accuses Salman Khan of Killing Chinkara

Driver Harish Dulani, who is the prime witness in the poaching case said that Salman Khan killed the Chinkara. He also said that he did not show up in many hearings in the cases because he and his father were threatened, though he attended hearing in November 2015 and May 2016. He also mentioned that even if he is called by the Supreme Court, he will maintain the same statement. 




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