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Narendra Modi and SIT Interrogation - March 2010

In March 2010, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi said he was not summoned to appear before a Special Investigating Team (SIT) probing 2002 Gujarat riots cases on March 21, 2010. Meanwhile, Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley said Modi will cooperate with the SIT probing Gulbarg carnage case of the riots. Reports emerged that Modi may appear before SIT interrogation March 27, 2010.

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Gujarat riots case: will Amicus Curiae's report have any impact on Modi?
Detractors of Chief Minister Narendra Modi, who were disappointed with the Special Investigation Team's (SIT's) findings in the 2002 Gujarat riots, are fired up after Amicus Curiae Raju Ramchandran's report found Modi culpable.

SIT gives clean chit to Narendra Modi in Gujarat riots case
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Tuesday gave clean chit to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in connection with the 2002 Gujarat riots case.

Suspended cop Sanjeev Bhatt slams Gujarat Govt. for not providing him with protection
Whistleblower of the 2002 Gujarat riots and suspended cop Sanjeev Bhatt has slammed the state government for failing to protect him despite threats made to his life.

Gujarat court to decide on SIT report on Feb 15
An Ahmedabad court on Monday postponed its decision on hearing the closure report filed by the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) in the Gulberg Society massacre case to February 15. The decision to be made is whether to make the report available to social activists or not.

Gujarat court to hear closure report of SIT in Gulbarg Society massacre case
A trial court in Ahmedabad will hear the closure report filed by the Supreme Court appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) on the Gulbarg Society massacre during the 2002 Gujarat riots.

Zakia Jaffery disappointed with SIT's closure report
Zakia Jaffery, petitioner in the post-Godhra riot case on Thursday expressed her disappointment on the reported closure report filed by the Supreme Court appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT).

Gujarat residents praise Modi after he completes a decade in office
Residents of Vadnagar, the native village of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, on Friday congratulated him as he completed a decade in office.

Zakia Jafri disappointed over SC verdict on Gujarat riots case
Zakia Jafri, the wife of former MP Ehsan Jafri who was killed in the Gulbarg Society carnage during the 2002 riots, expressing disappointment with the Supreme Court's decision today said that she would fight for justice till her last breath.

Gujarat Govt. committed to ensure that 2002 riots case victims get justice: Vyas
Welcoming the Supreme Court's verdict into the 2002 Gulbarg Society massacre case, the Gujarat Government on Monday expressed its commitment to ensure that the victims get justice as early as possible

Supreme Court has not given any clean chit to Modi: Congress
The Congress on Monday said the Supreme Court's decision to refer the 2002 Gulbarg Society massacre case to a Gujarat magistrate's court, could not be seen as a clean chit for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi or his government

Modi not involved in 2002 Gujarat riots, reiterates BJP

Setalvad terms SC verdict on Modi a huge step forward
Terming the verdict of the Supreme Court into the 2002 riots case to be a huge step forward, human rights activist Teesta Setalvad on Monday said the decision to direct a Gujarat trial court to examine Chief Minister Narendra Modi's alleged role into the case cannot be considered as his victory.

Haren Pandya case: Gujarat HC acquits all accused
The Gujarat High Court on Monday acquitted all the 12 accused in the former Gujarat Home Minister Haren Pandya murder case

Gujarat Government slams Chidabaram for intemperate remarks
The Gujarat government has taken serious exception to the statement made by Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram in which he is reported to have instigated police officers posted in the state to revolt against the provincial authorities.

Gujarat case: Court rejects plea for further probe of phone call records CD
A special court trying the Gulbarg carnage case of the 2002 Gujarat riots on Tuesday rejected the plea for further probe of the CD containing records of phone calls between police officers, political leaders and some of the accused during riots.

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