Supreme Court & Sanjiv Bhatt

A supreme court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions. Sanjiv Bhatt is an Indian Police Service officer in Gujarat. He is known for his role in filing an affidavit in the Supreme Court of India against the Chief Minister of the Government of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, concerning Modi's alleged role in the 2002 Gujarat riots. 5.0/5

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THE NANAVATI COMMISSION: ANOTHER HOAX ON THE PEOPLE OF INDIA Fr. Cedric Prakash sj Finally, yesterday (November 18th 2014), exactly 12 years 8 months and 12 days after it was first constituted by the Gujarat Government on March 6th 2002 to probe the burning of the Godhra train and the subsequent carnage which broke out in several parts of Gujarat, the Commission headed by G.T Nanavati (a former judge of the Supreme Court of India) submitted its report to the current Chief Minister of Gujarat, Anandiben Patel. It was originally known as the K.G. Shah Commission but it was later reconstituted to include Justice Nanavati, after several civil rights groups and individuals protested over the closeness that Justice Shah had with Narendra Modi. Justice Shah died in 2008; and Justice Akshay H. Mehta (who granted bail to Babu Bajrangi in the Naroda Patiya case) was appointed on 5th April 2008 to be a member of this Commission. The content of this more than 2000-page report has not yet been made public but if one g ...
Congress, Teesta Setalvad, Sanjiv Bhatt & Times of India colluded against Narendra Modi: SIT scribd.com It appears that certain vested interests including Shri Sanjiv Bhatt, different NGO's and some political leaders were trying to use Hon'able Supreme Court / SIT as a forum for settling their scores. This would also go to show that Shri Sanjiv Bhatt had be
So Retired Justice Aftab Alam has been appointed as Chairman of TDSAT. Any surprise ? As predicted, Aftab Alam, retired Justice of Supreme Court has been rehabilitated by the Congress-led UPA government in Delhi to a plum post-retirement job. He has been made Chairperson of Telecom Disputes Settlement & Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) with the effect of 17 June 2013. Here are some interesting pieces of information. _ 1- SC bench headed by Justice Aftab Alam stays Sanjiv Bhatt’s trial April 20, 2012 Supreme Court Friday stayed the trial of Gujarat Police officer Sanjiv Bhatt, facing charges of coercing his official driver to make a false statement in connection with the alleged inaction of the Narendra Modi government during the 2002 riots in the state. The Bench of Justices Aftab Alam and Ranjana Desai stayed the proceedings against Bhatt after he pleaded that the case against him was fabricated and was a consequence of political vendetta. Mr. Bhatt has sought investigation by an independent agency into the ...
Sanjiv Bhatt is an Indian Police Service officer in Gujarat. He is known for his role in filing an affidavit in the Supreme Court of India against the Chief Minister of the Government of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, concerning the latter’s alleged role in the 2002 Gujarat riots The Milli Gazette Published Online: Oct 09, 2012 Print Issue: 16-30 September 2012 Dear Narendra Modi, You must have been apprised about the punishment meted out to your loyal lieutenants Dr. Maya Kodnani and Babu Bajrangi, as well as the misguided foot-soldiers of misconceived Hindutva, who have now been condemned to spend a life in prison. Was it perchance that you smartly distanced yourself from all these unfortunate people at an opportune moment? Have you spared a thought for the innocent family members of the accused who have been sentenced to a lifetime behind bars? It is believed that you were once a married man. At some point in your life, like all normal humans, you might have been touched by the magic of love, even thought o ...
Senior Gujarat Police officer Sanjeev Bhatt has told the Supreme Court in an affidavit that chief Minister Narendra Modi had asked police officials to "let Hindus vent out their anger against Muslims following the Sabarmati Express train burning incident in Godhra on February 27, 2002". Indian Police Service officer of the 1988 batch, Sanjiv Bhatt affidavit against Narendra Modi. HANG MODI YA KUTTE KI MAUT MAARO ISKU
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Support Sanjiv Bhatt in his fight for justice as he takes on Narendra Modi in the Gujarat riots case. The whistleblower took Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi head on by filing an affidavit in the Supreme Court on April 14 to bring on record certain aspects concerning the investigation being cond...
Sharing extremely thought provoking articles have appeared today, one of which appeared in a respected daily as well. These pieces point to some of the salient points of the SIT report and the report by Amicus Curiae. These articles into exposing the falsities being spread by anti- Gujarat elements, just to derail the decade of peace and atmosphere of development that exists there. SIT rejects Amicus Curiae's observations against Modi Manas Dasgupta It dismisses as "false and fabricated documents" fax messages claimed to have been sent by Sanjiv Bhatt The Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team has totally disagreed with the observations of Amicus Curiae Raju Ramachandran, and said no case can be made out against Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in connection with the 2002 communal riots under any of the Sections of the Indian Penal Code mentioned by him. Mr. Ramachandran, in his report, which formed part of the SIT closure report submitted in the Ahmedabad metropolitan court, observed that ...
Supreme Court stays trial of Sanjiv Bhatt: A bench today stayed the proceedings against Bhatt... Free Press Journal
RIOTS: RSS PRAISES MODI FOR PERFORMING ‘Raj Dharma’ ...CLICK HERE Gandhinagar April 17: The RSS has lauded Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for performing his “Raj Dharma” during the 2002 riots, contradicting former prime minister A B Vajpayee’s letter sent to Modi soon after the riots exhorting him to perform his “Raj Dharma”. In a Special Report on the recent closure report filed by SIT in the Gulberg case, the RSS mouthpiece, Organiser, in its latest issue, says: “If one discounts the news channels and newspapers with their stated political agenda against BJP, and Narendra Modi in particular, it would become abundantly clear why the Chief Minister played an exemplary role during the riots and performed his Raj Dharma like no other leader of state in independent India”. Targeting NGOs and IPS officers like Sanjiv Bhatt, the report adds: “Probably, the Supreme Court in its wisdom, after all the machinations of NGOs and some news media with political backing, decided enough is enou ...
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