The pipe bomb in Mecca Masjid left eight killed and 58 others injured on May 18th 2007.
People who perpetrated attack (Mecca Masjid) were protected through misuse of agency (NIA), this is what is alarming.More news: Two Pak soldiers martyred in Afghan border clash
The blast ripped through the mosque during Friday prayers.
The eagerly-awaited judgment was pronounced in the jam-packed court premises where the accused persons were produced.
The investigators have not been able to apprehend two more accused.
Of the ten, only five of them - Gupta, Sharma, Aseemanand, Rateshwar, and Chowdhary - were arrested and faced trial in the case. After initial investigations by the local police, the case was handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) which filed a chargesheet in the incident.More news: Modi to address the world from UK's historic Central Hall Westminster
In March 2017, a court in Rajasthan had sentenced Devendra Gupta and others to life in jail in the Ajmer Dargah blast case.
The Hyderabad police arrested a number of Muslim men following the blast and later admitted to torturing many of them.
In all, 226 witnesses were questioned by the NIA, and 10 people were finally charged.
Speaking of the blast and how long it has been, Riyaz, who lost his father Yousuf Khan, and brother-in-law, Shafeeq-ur-Rehman said that he had followed the case thoroughly in the beginning.More news: Pregnant woman kicked in abdomen by looters