malegaon blast caseIn 2008 Malegaon Blast Case , the Bombay High Court on Thursday gave a deadline of six weeks to session court.

According to reports, HC directed session court to take decision in the case within six months.

The NIA had on May 13 filed the second supplementary chargesheet in the case stating that there was no evidence against four previously chargesheeted accused by the Maharashtra ATS, including Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur.

The intervention plea filed by Nisar Bilal, a resident of Malegaon who was injured in the 2008 blast, had prayed for the supplementary chargesheet to be discarded and for the trial to proceed with the ATS chargesheet.

In his application, Bilal stated that the NIA chargesheet is ‘not true’. “They (NIA) manipulated and twisted the evidence for favouring the accused persons as per the say and desire of the government, hence is liable to be discarded,” the application stated.