2002 Riots Case


'2002 Riots Case' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Gujarat Riots: Supreme Court To Hear Zakia Jafri's Plea Against Clean Chit To Narendra Modi On April 13

    Gujarat Riots: Supreme Court To Hear Zakia Jafri's Plea Against Clean Chit To Narendra Modi On April 13

    The Supreme Court today fixed for hearing on April 13 the plea of Zakia Jafri, wife of late MP Ehsan Jafri, challenging the SIT's clean chit to then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the 2002 riots case, saying it would not entertain any request of adjournment on the next date.

  • Zakia Jafri's Plea Against PM Narendra Modi In 2002 Riots Case Rejected: 10 Facts

    Zakia Jafri's Plea Against PM Narendra Modi In 2002 Riots Case Rejected: 10 Facts

    The Gujarat High Court has rejected Zakia Jafri's petition challenging a clean chit by a Supreme Court-monitored Special Investigation Team (SIT) to the state's top politicians including then Chief Minister Narendra Modi and bureaucrats in the 2002 Gujarat riots. The court has not accepted Ms Jafri's allegation of "a larger conspiracy" behind the r...

  • Amit Shah Testifies In Court, Backs Maya Kodnani's Claims In Gujarat Riots Case

    Amit Shah Testifies In Court, Backs Maya Kodnani's Claims In Gujarat Riots Case

    BJP president Amit Shah told a Gujarat court on Monday that he had seen Maya Kodnani, a leader of his party, in the state assembly and then at Ahmedabad's Sola Civil Hospital on the morning of February 28, 2002. Mr Shah appeared as a defence witness in a riot case in which Kodnani is accused of murdering 11 Muslims on that day in Naroda Gam, an Ahm...

  • Can't Reach Amit Shah, Says Maya Kodnani, Court Summons Him As Witness

    Can't Reach Amit Shah, Says Maya Kodnani, Court Summons Him As Witness

    Amit Shah, the president of the BJP, has been ordered to appear as a witness for Maya Kodnani, a top leader from his party in Gujarat who has been convicted of murder in the riots that tore the state apart in 2002. A judge said that Mr Shah must on Monday appear either in person or assign a lawyer to respond to what Ms Kodnani claims: that she was ...

  • Hardik Patel Demands Release Of Patels Convicted In 2002 Riots Cases

    Hardik Patel Demands Release Of Patels Convicted In 2002 Riots Cases

    Quota agitation spearhead Hardik Patel has demanded the release of Patel youths convicted in various riots cases of 2002, but alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would not facilitate it as he now wants to project himself as a "secular" leader to the world.

  • Sacked Gujarat Officer Sanjiv Bhatt Didn't Come With Clean Hands: Supreme Court

    Sacked Gujarat Officer Sanjiv Bhatt Didn't Come With Clean Hands: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today dismissed the plea of sacked Gujarat cadre IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt seeking a court-monitored SIT probe in relation to the two FIRs lodged against him for allegedly forcing his subordinate to file an affidavit in a 2002 riots case and hacking email of a law officer.

  • Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Plea Against BJP Chief Amit Shah on Tuesday

    Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Plea Against BJP Chief Amit Shah on Tuesday

    Sacked Gujarat police officer Sanjiv Bhat has moved the Supreme Court, seeking an investigation into the role of BJP chief Amit Shah and two others for what he called their role in trying to subvert the process of justice in the 2002 Gujarat riots cases.

  • Gujarat High Court Begins Final Hearing of 2002 Riots Case

    Gujarat High Court Begins Final Hearing of 2002 Riots Case

    The Gujarat high court on Tuesday began hearing on a petition filed by 2002 riot victim Zakia Jafri. The peptition challenged the order of a lower court that upheld the clean chit given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others in the 2002 Gujarat riot case by a Special Investigation Team.

  • Gujarat High Court to Start Final Hearing in 2002 Riots Case

    Gujarat High Court to Start Final Hearing in 2002 Riots Case

    The Gujarat High Court is expected to start the final hearing today on a plea filed by 2002 riots victim Zakia Jafri against a lower court's clean chit to then Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 58 others in connection with a 2002 riots case.

  • 2002 riots case: Zakiya Jafri moves Gujarat High Court against clean chit to Narendra Modi

    2002 riots case: Zakiya Jafri moves Gujarat High Court against clean chit to Narendra Modi

    Gujarat riots victim Zakiya Jafri, whose husband was burnt alive during the 2002 riots in the state, has filed an appeal in the Gujarat High Court against the metropolitan court's order accepting the Supreme-Court-appointed Special Investigation Team's (SIT) closure report on Narendra Modi.

  • Silly to have expected anything else but clean chit for Narendra Modi from a Gujarat court: Mallika Sarabhai

    Silly to have expected anything else but clean chit for Narendra Modi from a Gujarat court: Mallika Sarabhai

    Reacting to an Ahmedabad court verdict that rejected a petition seeking the prosecution of Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the 2002 riots case, activist Mallika Sarabhai today said that it was "silly to have expected anything else but a clean chit for Narendra Modi from a Gujarat court."

  • Congress calls Narendra Modi's puppy analogy 'callous, regrettable'

    Congress calls Narendra Modi's puppy analogy 'callous, regrettable'

    Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today defended himself in the 2002 riots case, saying he did nothing wrong. In an interview to Reuters, Mr Modi said that he had been given a clean chit by the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team or SIT. "Another thing... someone else is driving a car and we're sitting behind, even then if a puppy...

  • Zakia Jafri gets copy of Gujarat riots case report

    Zakia Jafri gets copy of Gujarat riots case report

    A Special Investigation Team (SIT), which was appointed by the Supreme Court, is expected to hand over the copy of its closure report against Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 61 other senior government functionaries to the main complainant Zakia Jafri today. The court had directed the team to provide copy of the report to Ms Jafri since the...

  • Senior Gujarat police officer implicates Modi in riots

    Senior Gujarat police officer implicates Modi in riots

    A senior police officer in Gujarat has implicated Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the communal riots in 2002.Sanjiv Bhatt was posted in the Intelligence Department when India saw its worst communal riots since the partition. Riots that killed 1,200 people across Gujarat. In an affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court, Mr Bhatt says that he attended...

  • 2002 riots case: Togadia appears before SIT for questioning

    VHP International General Secretary Praveen Togadia on Monday appeared for questioning before the Special Investigation Team (SIT), probing the 2002 riots.Togadia reached the SIT office in block number 11 of Old Secretariat campus at around 11 am along with several VHP activists who shouted 'Jai Shree Ram' slogans.After the VHP leader went inside, ...

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'2002 Riots Case' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Gujarat Riots: Supreme Court To Hear Zakia Jafri's Plea Against Clean Chit To Narendra Modi On April 13

    Gujarat Riots: Supreme Court To Hear Zakia Jafri's Plea Against Clean Chit To Narendra Modi On April 13

    The Supreme Court today fixed for hearing on April 13 the plea of Zakia Jafri, wife of late MP Ehsan Jafri, challenging the SIT's clean chit to then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the 2002 riots case, saying it would not entertain any request of adjournment on the next date.

  • Zakia Jafri's Plea Against PM Narendra Modi In 2002 Riots Case Rejected: 10 Facts

    Zakia Jafri's Plea Against PM Narendra Modi In 2002 Riots Case Rejected: 10 Facts

    The Gujarat High Court has rejected Zakia Jafri's petition challenging a clean chit by a Supreme Court-monitored Special Investigation Team (SIT) to the state's top politicians including then Chief Minister Narendra Modi and bureaucrats in the 2002 Gujarat riots. The court has not accepted Ms Jafri's allegation of "a larger conspiracy" behind the r...

  • Amit Shah Testifies In Court, Backs Maya Kodnani's Claims In Gujarat Riots Case

    Amit Shah Testifies In Court, Backs Maya Kodnani's Claims In Gujarat Riots Case

    BJP president Amit Shah told a Gujarat court on Monday that he had seen Maya Kodnani, a leader of his party, in the state assembly and then at Ahmedabad's Sola Civil Hospital on the morning of February 28, 2002. Mr Shah appeared as a defence witness in a riot case in which Kodnani is accused of murdering 11 Muslims on that day in Naroda Gam, an Ahm...

  • Can't Reach Amit Shah, Says Maya Kodnani, Court Summons Him As Witness

    Can't Reach Amit Shah, Says Maya Kodnani, Court Summons Him As Witness

    Amit Shah, the president of the BJP, has been ordered to appear as a witness for Maya Kodnani, a top leader from his party in Gujarat who has been convicted of murder in the riots that tore the state apart in 2002. A judge said that Mr Shah must on Monday appear either in person or assign a lawyer to respond to what Ms Kodnani claims: that she was ...

  • Hardik Patel Demands Release Of Patels Convicted In 2002 Riots Cases

    Hardik Patel Demands Release Of Patels Convicted In 2002 Riots Cases

    Quota agitation spearhead Hardik Patel has demanded the release of Patel youths convicted in various riots cases of 2002, but alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would not facilitate it as he now wants to project himself as a "secular" leader to the world.

  • Sacked Gujarat Officer Sanjiv Bhatt Didn't Come With Clean Hands: Supreme Court

    Sacked Gujarat Officer Sanjiv Bhatt Didn't Come With Clean Hands: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today dismissed the plea of sacked Gujarat cadre IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt seeking a court-monitored SIT probe in relation to the two FIRs lodged against him for allegedly forcing his subordinate to file an affidavit in a 2002 riots case and hacking email of a law officer.

  • Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Plea Against BJP Chief Amit Shah on Tuesday

    Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Plea Against BJP Chief Amit Shah on Tuesday

    Sacked Gujarat police officer Sanjiv Bhat has moved the Supreme Court, seeking an investigation into the role of BJP chief Amit Shah and two others for what he called their role in trying to subvert the process of justice in the 2002 Gujarat riots cases.

  • Gujarat High Court Begins Final Hearing of 2002 Riots Case

    Gujarat High Court Begins Final Hearing of 2002 Riots Case

    The Gujarat high court on Tuesday began hearing on a petition filed by 2002 riot victim Zakia Jafri. The peptition challenged the order of a lower court that upheld the clean chit given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others in the 2002 Gujarat riot case by a Special Investigation Team.

  • Gujarat High Court to Start Final Hearing in 2002 Riots Case

    Gujarat High Court to Start Final Hearing in 2002 Riots Case

    The Gujarat High Court is expected to start the final hearing today on a plea filed by 2002 riots victim Zakia Jafri against a lower court's clean chit to then Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 58 others in connection with a 2002 riots case.

  • 2002 riots case: Zakiya Jafri moves Gujarat High Court against clean chit to Narendra Modi

    2002 riots case: Zakiya Jafri moves Gujarat High Court against clean chit to Narendra Modi

    Gujarat riots victim Zakiya Jafri, whose husband was burnt alive during the 2002 riots in the state, has filed an appeal in the Gujarat High Court against the metropolitan court's order accepting the Supreme-Court-appointed Special Investigation Team's (SIT) closure report on Narendra Modi.

  • Silly to have expected anything else but clean chit for Narendra Modi from a Gujarat court: Mallika Sarabhai

    Silly to have expected anything else but clean chit for Narendra Modi from a Gujarat court: Mallika Sarabhai

    Reacting to an Ahmedabad court verdict that rejected a petition seeking the prosecution of Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the 2002 riots case, activist Mallika Sarabhai today said that it was "silly to have expected anything else but a clean chit for Narendra Modi from a Gujarat court."

  • Congress calls Narendra Modi's puppy analogy 'callous, regrettable'

    Congress calls Narendra Modi's puppy analogy 'callous, regrettable'

    Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today defended himself in the 2002 riots case, saying he did nothing wrong. In an interview to Reuters, Mr Modi said that he had been given a clean chit by the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team or SIT. "Another thing... someone else is driving a car and we're sitting behind, even then if a puppy...

  • Zakia Jafri gets copy of Gujarat riots case report

    Zakia Jafri gets copy of Gujarat riots case report

    A Special Investigation Team (SIT), which was appointed by the Supreme Court, is expected to hand over the copy of its closure report against Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 61 other senior government functionaries to the main complainant Zakia Jafri today. The court had directed the team to provide copy of the report to Ms Jafri since the...

  • Senior Gujarat police officer implicates Modi in riots

    Senior Gujarat police officer implicates Modi in riots

    A senior police officer in Gujarat has implicated Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the communal riots in 2002.Sanjiv Bhatt was posted in the Intelligence Department when India saw its worst communal riots since the partition. Riots that killed 1,200 people across Gujarat. In an affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court, Mr Bhatt says that he attended...

  • 2002 riots case: Togadia appears before SIT for questioning

    VHP International General Secretary Praveen Togadia on Monday appeared for questioning before the Special Investigation Team (SIT), probing the 2002 riots.Togadia reached the SIT office in block number 11 of Old Secretariat campus at around 11 am along with several VHP activists who shouted 'Jai Shree Ram' slogans.After the VHP leader went inside, ...

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