Gujarat govt had accused the US group of funding ‘anti-India’ activities of Teesta’s NGOs.
The case was listed before a three-judge bench led by Justice Anil R Dave for a fresh hearing but could not be taken up due to lack of time.
A team of MHA officials visited Gujarat last week and inspected the records of the two NGOs.
The Supreme Court has constituted a three-judge bench to hear afresh the anticipatory bail plea of Teesta Setalvad and her husband in the case of alleged embezzlement of funds for a museum at Ahmedabad’s Gulbarg Society that was devastated in the 2002 riots. The apex court registry issued a notice listing the matter for hearing […]
Gujarat’s Minister of State for Home Rajnikant Patel said that Ford Foundation had donated more than $5 lakh to Setalvad’s NGO.
The bench extended the February 19 order of interim stay on the couple’s arrest.
The complaint, dated May 9, 2014, reached the Ministry on June 2, 2014, soon after the new central government took charge.
None of them even took trouble to inquire about me and my family. It is only Teesta Setalvad who came to our help, a survivor said.
Among other important documents, investigators have sought a list of donors, both foreign and local.
The Supreme Court on Friday protected social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband from arrest till February 19.
Justice Mukhopadhaya was a member of the Bench that heard the bail plea of activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband Javed Anand.
The apex court also grilled the Gujarat police over its insistence on their arrest.
AMUTA alleged that Setalvad is being harassed for her fearless fight for the 2002 riot victims
The allegations point towards money paid as salaries to Setalvad, her husband and daughter.
Less than a week after a bench called the allegations ‘grave’, the bail plea has now been listed before another bench.