Thursday, 13 April 2017

2002 Gujarat riots test: SC assuages SIT boss RK Raghavan

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday permitted RK Raghavan, who was heading the summit court designated Special Investigation Team (SIT) to test 2002 Gujarat riots cases, to be diminished as the leader of the group.

The seat hailed the work done as such far by the SIT and permitted the demand of Salve, while asking A K Malhotra, another individual from the SIT, to administer the working of the test group.

It additionally calmed another part K Venkatesam from the SIT and requested that Malhotra keep documenting a quarterly status give an account of the advance in the uproars cases in the pinnacle court.

The top court-designated SIT has been examining nine noteworthy post-Godhra riots cases including the Naroda Gam riots case relating to the slaughtering of eleven individuals from a group.

The zenith court had on September 19 a year ago allowed six months to a lower court in Gujarat to finish up trial in the 2002 Naroda Gam riots case, one of the nine post-Godhra riots matters tested by the SIT, after Salve and Raghavan looked for a similar saying the trial court needs to inspect about 300 witnesses.

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