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Acquitted in 7/11 train blasts case, man fights for salary

Even after his acquittal in the 7/11 serial train blasts case, struggle for Abdul Wahid Shaikh is not over.

india Updated: Mar 01, 2016 08:33 IST
HT Correspondent
Even after his acquittal in the 7/11 serial train blasts case, struggle for Abdul Wahid Shaikh is not over.
Even after his acquittal in the 7/11 serial train blasts case, struggle for Abdul Wahid Shaikh is not over.

Even after his acquittal in the 7/11 serial train blasts case, struggle for Abdul Wahid Shaikh is not over.

Shaikh has to now take up another battle to get his salary that he had lost because of a technical error.

Soon after acquittal, Wahid, who was working as an assistant teacher in Abdul Sattar Shoaib School (Anjuman-I-Islam), was taken back on job by the school in October last year. Shaikh said after going back to his job, he had approached the education department to enroll him in the list for salary.

However, Shaikh claimed even after the communication, the department didn’t respond till date and he has not received his salary. Shaikh has now sent a legal notice to the department threatening legal action.