Gujarat riots: After clean chit to Narendra Modi, Gujarat court kills off Zakia Jafri's petition
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"We will convey this to the Supreme Court before December 3," Vohra said.
Vohra said, "we protested in the court against the order". The SIT was formed by the Supreme Court to investigate Zakia Jafri's allegation that Modi, other ministers of his cabinet, police officers and members of some right wing organisations were behind the larger conspiracy of the 2002 riots in which more than 1,000 people were killed.
The SIT had submitted its report to the Supreme Court giving a clean chit to Modi and others after investigations.
It had interrogated Modi for over nine hours as also many others in connection with the case.
The Supreme Court had, after going through the report, asked amicus curie Raju Ramchandran to independently verify the SIT investigations. Ramchandran had also submitted his report to the Supreme court.
The apex court had directed the SIT on September 12, 2011 to forward the report to the local court.
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