26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case: Prosecution examines 54th witness

The prosecution examined Gurudatta Bobade, who had witnessed the process of recording Abu Jundal’s voice samples, which investigators had collected for the trial.
The prosecution examined Gurudatta Bobade, who had witnessed the process of recording Abu Jundal’s voice samples, which investigators had collected for the trial.(FILE)
The prosecution examined Gurudatta Bobade, who had witnessed the process of recording Abu Jundal’s voice samples, which investigators had collected for the trial.(FILE)
Updated on Nov 04, 2019 05:09 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByHT Correspondent, Mumbai

The trial for the 26/11 terror attack case continued on Monday, when the prosecution examined the 54th witness against the Abu Jundal.

The prosecution examined Gurudatta Bobade, who had witnessed the process of recording Abu Jundal’s voice samples, which investigators had collected for the trial.

The prosecution has claimed that Jundal was one of the key plotters of the attack and maintained contact with the ten terrorists who attacked the city.

The police had managed to intercept the voice calls made to the attackers by Jundal from the alleged control room set up in Karachi.

Jundal’s voice samples collected by the investigators matched with the intercepted recordings.

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