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'Nanavati Commission' - 28 News Result(s)

  • 2002 Riots: Clean Chit To PM Modi, Then Gujarat Chief Minister, From Nanavati Panel

    2002 Riots: Clean Chit To PM Modi, Then Gujarat Chief Minister, From Nanavati Panel

    The Nanavati Commission report on the 2002 Gujarat riots gives a clean chit to the state government then led by Narendra Modi, who has been Prime Minister of India since 2014. Action should be taken against the police who were ineffective in controlling mobs and did not show the "competence necessary" to do so, says the report tabled in the Gujarat...

  • "1984 A Terrible Tragedy, Sam Pitroda Was Out Of Line," Says Rahul Gandhi

    "1984 A Terrible Tragedy, Sam Pitroda Was Out Of Line," Says Rahul Gandhi

    Congress leader Sam Pitroda's remarks on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots were "absolutely and completely out of line" and he should apologise for them, party chief Rahul Gandhi said in a Facebook post on Friday.

  • "Will Rahul Gandhi Sack His Guru?" BJP On Sam Pitroda's 1984 Remark

    "Will Rahul Gandhi Sack His <i>Guru</i>?" BJP On Sam Pitroda's 1984 Remark

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP tore into the Congress over Rahul Gandhi's close aide Sam Pitroda's "hua toh hua (what happened, happened)" remarkon the 1984 anti-Sikh riots on Thursday.

  • "What Happened, Happened": Sam Pitroda Says As BJP Cites Anti-Sikh Riots

    "What Happened, Happened": Sam Pitroda Says As BJP Cites Anti-Sikh Riots

    Congress's Sam Pitroda, who is in charge of the party's overseas units, today brushed off the BJP's suggestion that the 1984 anti-Sikh riots took place on the orders of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. The party had cited the Nanavati Commission report to validate the claim, which has infuriated the Congress. The report, which came out in 2005, ...

  • BJP Claims Rajiv Gandhi Gave "Instructions To Kill" In 1984, Fact-Checked

    BJP Claims Rajiv Gandhi Gave "Instructions To Kill" In 1984, Fact-Checked

    The BJP on Thursday said it was "on record" that the Nanavati Commission into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots had found "instructions to kill came directly from then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's office", a claim that is contradicted by the panel's report. Nearly 3,000 Sikhs were killed in the riots in New Delhi following the assassination of Prime Minist...

  • Gujarat Police Officer Sanjiv Bhatt, First Suspended, Now Sacked

    Gujarat Police Officer Sanjiv Bhatt, First Suspended, Now Sacked

    Gujarat Police officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who took on Narendra Modi over the 2002 riots in the state, has been sacked. In a Facebook post, Mr Bhatt has said he was removed on the basis of a "sham inquiry and fabricated charges."

  • SIT Set up to Re-Investigate 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots

    SIT Set up to Re-Investigate 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots

    A Special Investigation Team (SIT) was set up by the government today for fresh investigation into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases in Delhi and some other states. An order on setting up of the SIT was issued by the Union Home Ministry this evening, official sources said.

  • Nanavati Commission Submits Final Report on Gujarat Riots

    Nanavati Commission Submits Final Report on Gujarat Riots

    The Nanavati Commission submitted its second and final report today on the 2002 Gujarat riots to state Chief Minister Anandiben Patel. More than 1,000 people, mostly Muslims, had died in the riots.

  • Sajjan Kumar acquitted in one of three 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases

    Sajjan Kumar acquitted in one of three 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases

    Sajjan Kumar, a former Congress MP, has been acquitted by a special CBI court of all charges in one of three 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases against him. He was accused of murder and of instigating a riotous mob that killed five Sikhs in Delhi's cantonment area on November 2, 1984. Five other people accused in the case have been convicted, three of them...

  • 1984 anti-Sikh riots: Sajjan Kumar arrives in court for verdict

    1984 anti-Sikh riots: Sajjan Kumar arrives in court for verdict

    It's a crucial day for Congress leader Sajjan Kumar as a special CBI court will today decide whether Mr Kumar and five others are guilty of murder and rioting during the anti-Sikh riots of 1984. Mr Kumar is in court. The case pertains to violence in the Delhi Cantonment area. He has been charged with murder, dacoity, rioting, inciting violence, and...

  • Sajjan Kumar's plea in 1984 riots: verdict deferred by Delhi High Court

    Sajjan Kumar's plea in 1984 riots: verdict deferred by Delhi High Court

    The Delhi High Court today deferred its verdict on a plea of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar against a trial court order framing charges against him in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in connection with the killings of six persons in Delhi's Sultanpuri area.

  • 1984 riots: High Court defers verdict on Sajjan Kumar's plea

    1984 riots: High Court defers verdict on Sajjan Kumar's plea

    The Delhi High Court today deferred its verdict on a plea of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar against a trial court order framing charges against him in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in connection with the killings of six persons in Delhi's Sultanpuri area.

  • Gujarat riots: Zakia Jafri's petition against clean chit to Narendra Modi a 'piece of fiction', says SIT counsel

    Gujarat riots: Zakia Jafri's petition against clean chit to Narendra Modi a 'piece of fiction', says SIT counsel

    The hearing on a protest petition filed by 2002 Gujarat riots victim Zakiya Jafri - which opposes the Special Investigation Team's clean chit to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 61 others in the Gulberg Society riots case - began on Wednesday.

  • Will quit party posts if charges are framed: Jagdish Tytler to NDTV

    Will quit party posts if charges are framed: Jagdish Tytler to NDTV

    Congress leader Jagdish Tytler today said he was not involved in the 1984 riots in which nearly 3,000 Sikhs were killed in Delhi. Yesterday, a Delhi court ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to reopen a case against Mr Tytler which accuses him of inciting a mob at a gurudwara which led to the deaths of three Sikhs.

  • 2002 riots: Supreme Court issues notices to Nanavati Commission, Gujarat govt

    2002 riots: Supreme Court issues notices to Nanavati Commission, Gujarat govt

    The Supreme Court has sent a notice to the Gujarat Government and the Nanavati Commission on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL). The PIL seeks issue of summons to chief minister Narendra Modi for his examination before the probe panel.

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'Nanavati Commission' - 28 News Result(s)

  • 2002 Riots: Clean Chit To PM Modi, Then Gujarat Chief Minister, From Nanavati Panel

    2002 Riots: Clean Chit To PM Modi, Then Gujarat Chief Minister, From Nanavati Panel

    The Nanavati Commission report on the 2002 Gujarat riots gives a clean chit to the state government then led by Narendra Modi, who has been Prime Minister of India since 2014. Action should be taken against the police who were ineffective in controlling mobs and did not show the "competence necessary" to do so, says the report tabled in the Gujarat...

  • "1984 A Terrible Tragedy, Sam Pitroda Was Out Of Line," Says Rahul Gandhi

    "1984 A Terrible Tragedy, Sam Pitroda Was Out Of Line," Says Rahul Gandhi

    Congress leader Sam Pitroda's remarks on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots were "absolutely and completely out of line" and he should apologise for them, party chief Rahul Gandhi said in a Facebook post on Friday.

  • "Will Rahul Gandhi Sack His Guru?" BJP On Sam Pitroda's 1984 Remark

    "Will Rahul Gandhi Sack His <i>Guru</i>?" BJP On Sam Pitroda's 1984 Remark

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP tore into the Congress over Rahul Gandhi's close aide Sam Pitroda's "hua toh hua (what happened, happened)" remarkon the 1984 anti-Sikh riots on Thursday.

  • "What Happened, Happened": Sam Pitroda Says As BJP Cites Anti-Sikh Riots

    "What Happened, Happened": Sam Pitroda Says As BJP Cites Anti-Sikh Riots

    Congress's Sam Pitroda, who is in charge of the party's overseas units, today brushed off the BJP's suggestion that the 1984 anti-Sikh riots took place on the orders of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. The party had cited the Nanavati Commission report to validate the claim, which has infuriated the Congress. The report, which came out in 2005, ...

  • BJP Claims Rajiv Gandhi Gave "Instructions To Kill" In 1984, Fact-Checked

    BJP Claims Rajiv Gandhi Gave "Instructions To Kill" In 1984, Fact-Checked

    The BJP on Thursday said it was "on record" that the Nanavati Commission into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots had found "instructions to kill came directly from then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's office", a claim that is contradicted by the panel's report. Nearly 3,000 Sikhs were killed in the riots in New Delhi following the assassination of Prime Minist...

  • Gujarat Police Officer Sanjiv Bhatt, First Suspended, Now Sacked

    Gujarat Police Officer Sanjiv Bhatt, First Suspended, Now Sacked

    Gujarat Police officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who took on Narendra Modi over the 2002 riots in the state, has been sacked. In a Facebook post, Mr Bhatt has said he was removed on the basis of a "sham inquiry and fabricated charges."

  • SIT Set up to Re-Investigate 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots

    SIT Set up to Re-Investigate 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots

    A Special Investigation Team (SIT) was set up by the government today for fresh investigation into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases in Delhi and some other states. An order on setting up of the SIT was issued by the Union Home Ministry this evening, official sources said.

  • Nanavati Commission Submits Final Report on Gujarat Riots

    Nanavati Commission Submits Final Report on Gujarat Riots

    The Nanavati Commission submitted its second and final report today on the 2002 Gujarat riots to state Chief Minister Anandiben Patel. More than 1,000 people, mostly Muslims, had died in the riots.

  • Sajjan Kumar acquitted in one of three 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases

    Sajjan Kumar acquitted in one of three 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases

    Sajjan Kumar, a former Congress MP, has been acquitted by a special CBI court of all charges in one of three 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases against him. He was accused of murder and of instigating a riotous mob that killed five Sikhs in Delhi's cantonment area on November 2, 1984. Five other people accused in the case have been convicted, three of them...

  • 1984 anti-Sikh riots: Sajjan Kumar arrives in court for verdict

    1984 anti-Sikh riots: Sajjan Kumar arrives in court for verdict

    It's a crucial day for Congress leader Sajjan Kumar as a special CBI court will today decide whether Mr Kumar and five others are guilty of murder and rioting during the anti-Sikh riots of 1984. Mr Kumar is in court. The case pertains to violence in the Delhi Cantonment area. He has been charged with murder, dacoity, rioting, inciting violence, and...

  • Sajjan Kumar's plea in 1984 riots: verdict deferred by Delhi High Court

    Sajjan Kumar's plea in 1984 riots: verdict deferred by Delhi High Court

    The Delhi High Court today deferred its verdict on a plea of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar against a trial court order framing charges against him in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in connection with the killings of six persons in Delhi's Sultanpuri area.

  • 1984 riots: High Court defers verdict on Sajjan Kumar's plea

    1984 riots: High Court defers verdict on Sajjan Kumar's plea

    The Delhi High Court today deferred its verdict on a plea of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar against a trial court order framing charges against him in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in connection with the killings of six persons in Delhi's Sultanpuri area.

  • Gujarat riots: Zakia Jafri's petition against clean chit to Narendra Modi a 'piece of fiction', says SIT counsel

    Gujarat riots: Zakia Jafri's petition against clean chit to Narendra Modi a 'piece of fiction', says SIT counsel

    The hearing on a protest petition filed by 2002 Gujarat riots victim Zakiya Jafri - which opposes the Special Investigation Team's clean chit to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 61 others in the Gulberg Society riots case - began on Wednesday.

  • Will quit party posts if charges are framed: Jagdish Tytler to NDTV

    Will quit party posts if charges are framed: Jagdish Tytler to NDTV

    Congress leader Jagdish Tytler today said he was not involved in the 1984 riots in which nearly 3,000 Sikhs were killed in Delhi. Yesterday, a Delhi court ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to reopen a case against Mr Tytler which accuses him of inciting a mob at a gurudwara which led to the deaths of three Sikhs.

  • 2002 riots: Supreme Court issues notices to Nanavati Commission, Gujarat govt

    2002 riots: Supreme Court issues notices to Nanavati Commission, Gujarat govt

    The Supreme Court has sent a notice to the Gujarat Government and the Nanavati Commission on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL). The PIL seeks issue of summons to chief minister Narendra Modi for his examination before the probe panel.

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