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15th Ramzanul Mubarak 1436 | Thursday, Jul 02, 2015
Pakistan

Afzal Guru was innocent, says Hamid Mir

Saturday, 9 February 2013
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Islamabad, February 09:

Afzal Guru was "innocent", said Pakistani journalist and TV anchor Hamid Mir after the man, convicted for his central role in the attack on the Indian parliament, was hanged in New Delhi Saturday.

"...I think he was innocent but hanged in India," tweeted Hamid Mir.

Nine people were killed in the Dec 13, 2001 Indian parliament attack when five heavily-armed Pakistani terrorists drove into the parliament complex and opened fire. There were about 100 MPs in the building at the time of the attack. The terrorists were shot dead.

---IANS

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