Justice R P Dholaria on Thursday directed the Naroda police not to take any “coercive” action against the accused and adjourned hearing to August 30. This is the second FIR filed against her at Naroda police station.
Darbars, who belong to the OBC in the state, also lodged a complaint, saying they were attacked by Dalits following a quarrel between children belonging to the two communities over a swing at a primary school.
Last Friday, the trial court framed charges after one of the accused, Vikramsinh Gohil, who had gone absconding after getting interim bail, surrendered. Three months ago, the trial was shifted to Veraval from Una.
The petitioner, Inderpal Yadav, was sentenced to one-year imprisonment and dismissed from the service by the Coast Guard court earlier this year on charges of procuring illicit liquor and circulating a WhatsApp message saying “Too much of officer Dadagiri”.
The SIT had found out that Ishrat Jahan, her friend Pranesh Pillai (alias Javed Sheikh) and two alleged Pakistani nationals — Zeeshan Johar and Amjadali Rana — were killed in cold blood on June 14, 2004.
The case concerns the death of a Pakistani prisoner named Parvat Singh Koli, son of Amar Singh Koli, who was caught by the Border Security Force from pillar no 982 on the border of the Indian territory in 2012.
The Gujarat High Court on Friday directed that the grandmother, her son and daughter-in-law should all be “subjected to three tests — lie detector, narco analysis and brain mapping” to arrive at the truth.