Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar released on 21-day parole
Punjab’s dreaded separatist outfit Khalistan Liberation Force militant Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar, a convict in 1993 Delhi bomb blast case, was on Saturday released on 21-day parole after nearly 23 years behind the bars.
Bhullar was convicted in connection with the killing of nine people and injuring of 31 in a bomb blast in 1993.
Among those who survived the attack are former Youth Congress chief M S Bitta.
Behind the bars following his conviction in the case, Bhullar is undergoing life imprisonment after the Supreme Court commuted his death sentence. He was sentenced to death by a designated Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (TADA) court on August 25, 2001.