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About Maya Kodnani

Maya Kodnani is Gujarat Cabinet Minister for Higher Education. In March 09, a group of Congress MLAs from Gujarat met with President Pratibha Patil asking her for the removal of Kodnani for having led a mob in the post-Godhra riots in 2002.

Maya Kodnani in News

Police arrest one for threatening Gujarat riot witness
Ahmedabad police has arrested a person for threatening an important witness involved in a Gujarat riot case. ANI

Maya Kodnani granted bail in 2002 riots case
A local court on Tuesday granted bail to former Gujarat Minister Maya Kodnani. ANI

Chargesheet filed against ex-Gujarat minister Kodnani
A charge sheet was filed against former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani on Friday. ANI

Supreme Court orders retrial of Gujarat riots by fast track courts
The Supreme Court on Friday ordered a retrial of the Gujarat riots cases by fast track courts. ANI

SC to decide on speedy trial of Gujarat riots cases
The Supreme Court will today decide on how to speed up the trial of 14 Gujarat riot cases.On April 27, the apex court asked the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the role of 64 people, including that of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the cases. ANI

Supreme Court orders SIT to probe role of Modi, 63 others in post-Godhra riot cases
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the role of 64 people, including that of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the post-Godhra riots cases. ANI

Maya Kodnani sent to judicial custody
Rejecting an application of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) for extending the police remand of former Gujarat Minister Maya Kodnani, a local court sent her to judicial custody on Thursday. ANI

Gujarat HC rejects Maya Kodnanis bail plea
The Gujarat High Court has rejected the anticipatory bail of Gujarat Women Development and Child Welfare Minister Maya Kodnani.Kodnani, who is accused for having led a mob in the post-Godhra riots in 2002, had seeked a stay in the judgement for a period of six weeks. ANI

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