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‘Facing obstacles in inspection of riot papers’

Suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt has alleged that “impediments are being created in the inspection of documents” lying with the Nanavati Commission in connection with the 2002 riots.

Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad |
October 21, 2012 4:08:51 am

Suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt has alleged that “impediments are being created in the inspection of documents” lying with the Nanavati Commission in connection with the 2002 riots.

Bhatt’s allegation comes following the submission of some important documents before the probe panel by the state government on Friday.

In a letter to the Commission,Bhatt has said that as per the Gujarat High Court’s order,he has to complete the inspection of the records by October 27. But,Bhatt added,when he went to the Commission’s office on Friday,he was not allowed to inspect the documents on the ground that the papers had just reached them.

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Two days after three tribal women and a 17-year-old girl were allegedly robbed and gang-rapped at Viramgam in Ahmedabad district,police are yet to make any headway in the case.

Police said four teams have been formed to catch the rapists who are yet to be identified. Police said they believe it’s a handiwork of a certain gang that keeps looting people in similar manner.

Police have reportedly zeroed in on a gang that was involved in a similar incident in Sanand last year.

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