Citizens for Justice and Peace


08, May 2017

The disclosures in Tehelka Magazine (February 12 and 19
2011) —The Smoking Gun and

‘I was there. Narendra Modi said let the people vent their anger’
are a complete vindication of the Zakia Ahsan Jafri & Citizens for
Justice and Peace’s petition (SLP 1088/2088) in the Supreme Court in
which the main prayer seeks direction for an FIR to be registered
against Narendra Modi. The 199 page complaint was first sent to the
Director General of Police, Gujarat (PC Pande promoted from the post
of Commissioner of Police Ahmedabad on June 8, 2006. The Gujarat
Police refused to  entertain the complaint. A petition was filed in
the Gujarat High Court in February 2007 which was finally heard
between June -September 2007 after two Judges declined to hear it. The
petition in Gujarat HC which was argued at length and rejected in
November 2007. The present SLP was then filed in the SC. The SC issued
notice to the Gujarat Government on 3.3.2008 and gave our complaint to
be investigated to the SIT on 27.4.2009. Through the entire process
the Gujarat Gpvernment that is out to victimise those Human Rights
Defenders and Policemen who stood on the side of truth and justice
tried to use state power to block any investigations. The SIT
submitted its report after preliminary investigations on 14.5.2010. In
March 2008, the SC appointed Prashant Bhushan as Amicus Curiae in this
case. he had to recuse himself on October 26, 2010 after last minute
allegations were hurled against him by the Gujarat State. The newly
appointed amicus Mr Raju Ramachandran submitted a confidential report
giving his opion on future course of action to the Supreme Court on
20.1.2011. The Matter is now on 3.3.2011.

It is a historic date. Need
all the solidarity and support.

‘I was there. Narendra Modi said let the people vent their anger’
Sanjeev Bhatt knows the terrible truth about Gujarat
has his explosive revelations.
Will the Supreme Court
take it on record? (
Magazine, Vol 8, Issue 7, Dated 19 Feb 2011)



Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Go to Top