Hyderabad: Three days post- resignation, Judge Ravinder requested to resume his duties in Court
Judge Ravinder resignation’s had been rejected. Hours after his “no guilty” sentence in the Mecca Blast case and acquitting all the accused, the latter probe his resignation. He stated personal reasons and withdraw from his duties with immediate effect. However, days after his resignation, he had been called to end his leave and take back his duties.
Judge Ravinder who presided the 11 year old Mecca Blast case, intrigued everyone by his sudden walk out. In 2007, nine people were killed and fifty eight were injured during the Mecca Masjid blast in Hyderabad on 18 May. Swami Asseemanand, a monk and former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) member was one of the accused in the case. He was acquitted this Monday by Hyderabad Court decision. Prior to the Mecca Masjid blast case, Swami Asseemanand was also acquitted last year in Ajmer Darjah blast case.
Member of Parliament, Assaduddin Owaisi raised questions concerning Judge Ravinder resignation and defined the move as “intriguing”.