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Woman watched at home too: Shah tapes

Excerpts from the purported conversations released by news portals Cobrapost and Gulail.

The purported conversation between Narendra Modi’s close aide Amit Shah and IPS officer G L Singhal appears to suggest that the Gujarat Police’s alleged illegal surveillance extended to times when the woman was at home with her family. The woman’s father,Pranlal Soni,has said that he had “orally requested” the Gujarat chief minister to “ensure that she does not face any problem”,especially because “she was required to frequently commute during odd hours”. Excerpts from the purported conversations released by news portals Cobrapost and Gulail. The portals said they had “no means to independently verify these charges”.

GL Singhal: She is at home… Our staff is watching…

Amit Shah: Did someone see her in afternoon? She may have gone away…

Singhal: She is there only…

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Shah: …At what time…?

Singhal: Approx 1.30 pm.

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Singhal: Was seen with her bhabhi near drive-in… and now reached back… (She) mostly stays at home…

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Shah: Any talks with family?

Singhal: She talked to her mother and she had probably some altercation with her sister. She told her mother that she would make her understand and I am going to meet that boy today or later…

Shah: So her father and mother are not in picture about her meeting with that boy.

Singhal: No sir she talks very rudely with her mother.

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Singhal: Sir she is about to go towards Safal at 11.30.

Shah: What is there that has to be seen and who is there in B block.

Singhal: One person has been deployed… That person… can hear everything…

Shah: Hmm…

First published on: 22-11-2013 at 02:41 IST
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