New Delhi, (Agencies): Thirteen suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists will face trial for allegedly plotting serial blasts in the national capital in September 2008 that claimed 26 lives as a Court on Saturday decided to frame charges for waging war and murder against them.

However, one of the accused, Salman was discharged with the judge saying there was no material evidence pointing to his involvement in the blasts.

The charges will be framed against Mohd Shakeel, Mohd Saif, Zeeshan Ahmed, Zia-ur-Rehaman, Saquib Nisar, Mohd Sadique, Kayamuddin Kapadia, Mohd Hakim, Mohd Mansoor Ashgar Peerbhoy, Mubin Kadar Sheikh, Asif Bashiruddin, Mohd Akbar Ismail Chaudhary and Shahzad Ahmed.

"Prima facie offences punishable under sections 121A/121 (waging war against the nation), 302 (murder), 307 (attempt to murder), 427 (mischief to property) read with 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of IPC and relevant sections of the Explosives Substance Act, the Information Technology Act and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act are made out against the 13 accused," Additional Sessions Judge Santosh Snehi Mann said.

Discharging Salman from all the five cases, the judge said there is no material on record to prima-facie show his role and involvement in the serial blasts in Delhi.

Besides the killing of 26 persons, the blasts had left 135 people injured on September 13, 2008.