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Nanavati Commission set up to save Modi’s skin: Congress 21.11.2014 FirstPost: Politics

The Congress leader drew the media's attention to the fact that the report was presented to Chief Minister Anandiben Patel two days after the assembly session there came to a close.

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Gujarat Rahul Sharma seeks voluntary retirement 21.11.2014 Hindustan Times: India
Gujarats IPS officer Rahul Sharma who had taken on the Narendra Modi administration over the 2002 riots has sought voluntary retirement from the services citing personal ...
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Nanavati Commission set up to 'save the skin' of Narendra Modi, claims Congress 21.11.2014 DNA: Opinion
The Congress on Friday rejected the final report of the Justice Nanavati Commission on post Godhra riots in 2002 alleging that the panel was set up to "save the skin" of the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. "When the Commission was being set up, I had said that nothing will come out of this report. This Commission was set up to save the skin of Modi ji and was a wastage of public money," party spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil said. "This commission was hurriedly set up by the state government then so that the possibility of Centre setting up any Commission gets dismal. The state government then acted as public, prosecutor and judge in this matter," he said. The former CLP leader of Gujarat alleged that public money was "wasted" for 12 years on this commission and suggested that "favours" were done to Nanavati's son by making him a public prosecutor. The Congress leader drew the media's attention to the fact that the report was presented to Chief Minister Anandiben Patel two days after the assembly ...
Gujarat IPS officer who took on govt over 2002 riots seeks retirement - Times of India 21.11.2014 Gujarat News
Gujarat IPS officer who took on govt over 2002 riots seeks retirement Times of India AHMEDABAD: Locked in a running feud with the Gujarat government over 2002 communal riots, IPS officer Rahul Sharma has sought early retirement from service citing personal reasons, but said his decision was not "inspired" by government action ...
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IPS officer who took on Gujarat Govt in 2002 riots probe seeks retirement 21.11.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Ahmedabad, Nov 21: IPS officer Rahul Sharma, who had openly taken on Gujarat government over the 2002 Godhra riots, has sought early retirement citing personal reasons. "I have sought retirement from my services due to personal reasons and have given
Sharma who took on Guj govt on 2002 riots, seeks retirement 21.11.2014 deccanherald.com
IPS officer Rahul Sharma, who had openly taken on Gujarat government over the 2002 Godhra riots, has sought early retirement citing personal reasons. "I have sought retirement from my services due to personal reasons and have given a three months notice to the state government on November 19," Sharma, who is currently posted as Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Armed Units at Vadodara, told PTI. An IPS officer, as per rules can seek early retirement after the age of 50 by giving notice of three months. Sharma had crossed 50 recently. Its now upto the state government to accept his request. In reply to a question on whether he has resigned due to the state governments alleged revengeful action against him due to his deposition before the riot probe panel, Sharma said, "I do not see states action in that way. I have many other opportunities also. I can be employed in a better way." "I am not taking it (states action) in negative way. It does not make any difference to me of what state government has been ...
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IPS officer Rahul Sharma who took on Gujarat government on 2002 riots, seeks retirement 21.11.2014 DNA: Urban Tales
IPS officer Rahul Sharma, who had openly taken on Gujarat government over the 2002 Godhra riots, has sought early retirement citing personal reasons. "I have sought retirement from my services due to personal reasons and have given a three months' notice to the state government on November 19," Sharma, who is currently posted as Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Armed Units at Vadodara, told PTI. An IPS officer, as per rules can seek early retirement after the age of 50 by giving notice of three months. Sharma had crossed 50 recently. Its now upto the state government to accept his request. In reply to a question on whether he has resigned due to the state government's alleged revengeful action against him due to his deposition before the riot probe panel, Sharma said, "I do not see state's action in that way. I have many other opportunities also. I can be employed in a better way." "I am not taking it (state's action) in negative way. It does not make any difference to me of what state government has ...
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Gujarat government took all necessary steps to control riots: Nanavati 20.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Gujarat government took all necessary steps to control riots: Nanavati
Gujarat government took all necessary steps to control riots, says Nanavati 20.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Gujarat government took all necessary steps to control riots, says Nanavati
ಗೋಧ್ರೋತ್ತರ ಹತ್ಯಾಕಾಂಡ, ಮೋದಿಗೆ ಕ್ಲೀನ್ ಚಿಟ್ 20.11.2014 Thats Kannada
ಗಾಂಧಿನಗರ, ನ.20: 2002ರ ಗೋಧ್ರಾ ಹತ್ಯಾಕಾಂಡ ನಂತರ ನಡೆದ ಗಲಭೆ ಪ್ರಕರಣಕ್ಕೆ ಸಂಬಂಧಿಸಿದಂತೆ ಆರೋಪ ಹೊತ್ತಿದ್ದ ಅಂದಿನ ಗುಜರಾತ್ ಸಿಎಂ ನರೇಂದ್ರ ಮೋದಿ ಅವರಿಗೆ ತನಿಖಾ ಆಯೋಗ ಕ್ಲೀನ್ ಚಿಟ್ ನೀಡಿದೆ. ಪ್ರಕರಣಕ್ಕೆ ಸಂಬಂಧಿಸಿದಂತೆ ಅಂತಿಮ ವರದಿಯನ್ನು ನ್ಯಾ.ನಾನಾವತಿ ಆಯೋಗ ಹಾಲಿ ಸಿಎಂ ಆನಂದಿಬೇನ್ ಅವರಿಗೆ ಸಲ್ಲಿಸಿದೆ.ಗೋಧ್ರೋತ್ತರ ಗಲಭೆಯಲ್ಲಿ ಅಂದಿನ ಸಿಎಂ ನರೇಂದ್ರ ಮೋದಿ ಹಾಗೂ
Gujarat government took all necessary steps to control riots: Nanavati - The Hindu 19.11.2014 Gujarat News
Gujarat government took all necessary steps to control riots: Nanavati The Hindu The 2002 post-Godhra riots were “purely communal” in nature and erupted specifically as a reaction to the Sabarmati train burning incident. The Gujarat government and the police took all necessary steps to control the incidents, Justice (retd.) G.T. ...
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Godhra train carnage case: Convict awarded death penalty; jumps parole 19.11.2014 DNA: Top News
The central jail authorities here today sounded an alert after Salim Zarda, one of the accused in Godhra train burning case who was awarded death penalty, jumped the parole. "Salim Yusuf Zarda, who was sentenced to death in Godhra train carnage case, had jumped his 15-day parole which ended on Tuesday. We have sent a written communication to Godhra Deputy Superintendent of Police, asking him to arrest Zarda," a jail official said here. "Zarda was given parole by the Gujarat High Court on November 3 to attend to some house renovation work. He was supposed to report back yesterday," the official said. Zarda is one of the 31 convicts in the case related to the deaths of 59 people after two coaches of Sabarmati Express were set on fire at Godhra station on February 27, 2002. Zarda along with ten others were given death penalty by the special trial court in March 2011. Their appeals are pending before the High ...
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Nanavati-Mehta commission submits final report on 2002 Godhra train carnage in Gujarat 19.11.2014 New Kerala: Gujarat
Ahmedabad, Nov. 19 : The Nanavati-Mehta Commission submitted its final report on the 2002 Godhra Train Carnage that resulted in communal riots causing immense loss to life and property in the Gujarat.
Insufficient proof to summon Modi before commission: Nanavati 19.11.2014 DNA: Recent Columns
The judicial commission that probed the 2002 Gujarat riots said here today that there is insufficient evidence to support allegations levelled against the then Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to summon him for questioning before the panel. "He (Modi) was not summoned or he (Modi) was not asked to appear before us as we must have some evidence to support allegations against him (Modi)," Chairman of the Commission, retired Supreme Court Justice G T Nanavati told PTI, answering a query about the reasons for not summoning Modi. "So as to call him (Modi) before the Commission to come and to answer questions (asked) by us by meeting us in person, we did not find it proper to call him in person," Nanavati said. However, Nanavati was cautious when asked this meant that the Commission has given a clean chit to a person who was not called for questioning by the probe body. "Not necessarily. Evidence has to be considered. On the basis of evidence, actions should be taken and the findings are required to be ...
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Nanavati panel submits final report on Gujarat riots 19.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Nanavati panel submits final report on Gujarat riots
Nanavati report’s clean chit to PM Modi: Gujarat riots are a dead issue now 19.11.2014 FirstPost: Politics

Nanavati Commission that submitted its final report to the Gujarat government has found ‘no evidence’ to prove Modi government’s complicity in the post-Godhara carnage.

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No government role on 2002 riots: Godhra panel - Times of India 19.11.2014 Google News India
No government role on 2002 riots: Godhra panel Times of India AHMEDABAD: More than 12 years and 25 extensions later, the Nanavati commission on Tuesday submitted its final report on post-Godhra riots, including 4,160 cases of violence between February 27 and May 31, 2002. "The commission has concluded ...
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Nanavati panel gives final report 19.11.2014 Asian Age: India
Justice Nanavati Commission on Tuesday submitted its final report on the 2002 Gujarat riots to state chief minister Anandiben Patel. “We have submitted the report, which runs into more than 2,000 pages,” Justice Nanavati said, but refused to divulge any contents of the report. The Commission members retired Supreme Court justice G.T. Nanavati and retired high court justice Akshay Mehta drove to the residence of Ms Patel and submitted the report to her, officials at the CMO said. The final report of the commission on the 2002 riots, in which more than 1,000 people mostly of minority community were killed, comes after extensive investigation which ran over a period of more than 12 years. Last month, Justice Nanavati had said that, “There is no need to seek 25th extension, as our final report is ready. It is now being printed and will come to us in coming days. We will submit the report to the government soon.” In 2008, the inquiry panel had submitted one part of its finding with regard to the Godhra train ...
Nanavati Commission submits final report on 2002 Gujarat incidents 18.11.2014 New Kerala: Gujarat
Ahmedabad, Nov 18 : After 12 years and 24 extensions, the two-member Nanavati-Mehta Commission of Enquiry submitted its much-awaited final report on the 2002 Godhra train carnage and the subsequent communal riots, here Tuesday.
Nanavati Commission submits final report on 2002 Gujarat incidents - Business Standard 18.11.2014 Gujarat News
Nanavati Commission submits final report on 2002 Gujarat incidents Business Standard After 12 years and 24 extensions, the two-member Nanavati-Mehta Commission of Enquiry submitted its much-awaited final report on the 2002 Godhra train carnage and the subsequent communal riots, here Tuesday. The commission, consisting of ...
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