Delhi Blast Accused Devinder Singh Bhullar Gets Parole


Amritsar: Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) militant and 1993 Delhi blast accused Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar was granted a 21-day parole today on health grounds.

Bhullar’s family has been pressing the authorities for his parole ever since the psychiatrist who examined him confirmed that he suffers from high blood pressure and severe depression.

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Earlier this month, he was acquitted in a 21-year-old Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act case that pertains to an encounter of a police party being ambushed by a group of militants.

Despite his acquittal in the TADA case, Bhullar will continue to remain under detention for his involvement in the September 1993 blast outside the headquarters of the All India Youth Congress (AIYC) in New Delhi, resulting in death of eight persons.

Bhullar’s death sentence, awarded to him in the 1993 Delhi bomb blast case, was commuted by the Supreme court into life imprisonment in 2014. His family has been making efforts for his parole since then.