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Former Guj DGP moves HC, demands tabling of Part 2 of Nanavati Commission Report State finally agrees, report to be tabled in Budget Session

Former Gujarat Director General of Police RB Sreekumar has moved Gujarat High Court demanding that the second part of the Nanavati Commission report be tabled before the Gujarat State Assembly so that its findings can become public. The Nanavati Commission was set up to look into the facts, circumstances and all the course of events…

Detailed Evidence Against Gujarat Police Top Brass in Gujarat Carnage

Overwhelming Evidence Of The Direct Involvement Of The Gujarat Government In The Violence That Engulfed The State From February 2002 On Detailed Evidence Against Gujarat Police Top Brass There is indisputable proof in the form of Police Control Rooms Records of Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad, Station Diaries and Other Contemporaneous and relevant records of various concerned…

Gujarat Government Rewarding Illegal Acts of Subservient Policemen and Bureaucrats

Rewarding Illegal Acts Subservient Policemen and Bureaucrats In August 2004, Rahul Sharma submitted a critical piece of evidence, a CD containing the cellphone call records of BJP leaders and senior police officials, to the Nanavati-Shah Commission. This has not been probed by the State Government at all. Investigations have been conducted solely by citizens rights…

Nanavati Mehta- Evidence Submission

  Citizens for Justice and Peace has filed 190 Pages of Exclusive Documentary Evidence Before the Nanavati Mehta Commission On Friday May 14 2010 Media Reports NGO submits call records to bolster state role in riots claim (The Times of India) ( May 17, 2010) NGO submits call records to Guj riots panel (The Times…

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