No Conspiracy found Idea is to keep ‘pot boiling’: Godhra riots SIT to SC

As per SIT, the conspiracies are just to keep “pot boiling”. The SIT replied to Supreme Court.

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Gulberg Society (in pic)

New Delhi: The SIT formed to find out the Gulberg Society mystery in connection with the 2002 Gujarat riots has found no conspiracy and issues it had already dealt with. As per SIT, the conspiracies are just to keep “pot boiling”. The SIT replied to Supreme Court.
Senior Lawyer, Mukul Rohatgi appeared for SIT, He said, “There was no evidence to establish conspiracy,” The bench was headed by Justice A M Khanwilkar. Mukul added, “The sting operations conducted by Tehelka magazine were considered “unreliable” in establishing conspiracy.”
The former SIT report had cleared the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and others in riot-related cases. After SITs submission, Justice Khanwilkar questioned, “Admittedly, the material now presented with the protest petition was not before the trial court. So, the trial court did not have to go into it.” On which Rohatgi, insisted that every related material was placed before the trial court and found no relation in the matter.

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