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'Mufti's tales are fiction'

Retired IPS officer D G Vanzara has claimed that Mufti Abdul Qayum Mansuri's book - 11 Years Behind Bars - is not a description of true events but a work of fiction. Times of India, 2 weeks ago
DNA India

Vanzara denies that defamation suit is at Hindu group's behest

Former IPS officer D G Vanzara today denied the allegation that he filed the Rs 101-crore defamation suit against Mufti Abdul Qayum Mansuri, a Muslim cleric acquitted in the Akshardham temple attack case, at the behest of Hindu right wing groups."The statement (by Mansuri) that the defamation suit was filed in nexus with Hindu extremists and old political friends of the applicant (Vanzara) to frame the respondent was not true," Vanzara said in his affidavit filed in the sessions court on August ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago D G Vanzara denies that defamation suit is at Hindu group's behest  Economic Times2 weeks ago Akshardham attack: DG Vanzara denies that defamation suit against Mufti Mansuri is at Hindu group's behest  DNA India2 weeks ago DG Vanzara files Rs 100 crore suit against Mufti Abdul Qayyum Mansuri  Asian Age2 months ago
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A fake encounter of justice?

An accused D G Vanzara gets bail months after Modi emerges as PM and hails it is as a return of 'Achche Din’ while the rest of us are told nobody is guilty for the cold-blooded killings of Ishrat Jahan, Kauser Bi or the 2,000-odd innocent people in Gujarat riots, says Shehzad Poonawala. Just days after cop N K Amin, one of the main accused in the fake encounter cases of Sohrabuddin, his wife Kauser Bi and Ishrat Jahan, who had been under suspension for almost eight years after his arrest ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
OnIslam.net

India Frees Top Hindu Terror Suspects

NEW DELHI Rights activists and Muslims in India are outraged as the country's National Investigating Agency (NIA) has decided not to oppose the bail application of a Hindu terror suspect, who confessed being a member of a Hindu gang that targeted ...
 OnIslam.net2 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

With Salian out, I feared the case would weaken

ACTIVIST HARSH MANDER ON HIS PIL FOR A FAIR TRIAL IN MALEGAON By Alka Dhupkar Social worker and writer Harsh Mander was filled with an overwhelming sense of outrage when he read about the revelation by Rohini Salian, erstwhile public prosecutor ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago

Sohrabuddin Encounter: Setback for CBI as two main witnesses retract statements

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has suffered a major setback in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case as two key eye-witnesses have retracted their statements, stating they never witnessed the incident and were pressurised to give certain ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Andhra IPS discharged in Sohrab case

A special CBI court on Monday discharged Andhra Pradesh cadre IPS officer N. Balasubramanyam (IGP Intelligence) from the Sohrabuddin Shaikh and Tulsiram Prajapati fake encounter cases for want of evidence. Special CBI judge M.B. Gosavi, while discharging ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Achche Din for Corporates and Sangh Parivar, Bure Din with a Vengeance for the Masses - (3)

In sharp contrast to the massive concessions showered on the corporate that we saw in these columns last week, is the series of policies and steps taken by the Modi regime to squeeze the people. They make an even longer list. Some of the glaring ...
 Peoples Democracy.in2 months ago

Sordid saga of Gujarat's 1st woman bus driver; officials to the rescue

AHMEDABAD: Jamna Brijvasi, 68, had created a history of sorts when she was inducted as the first woman ST bus driver in Gujarat way back in 1974. Wearing a ghunghat (veil), the woman had appeared for an RTO test, failed four times till she finally ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Crime branch's dread site to house harmony memorial

The Ahmedabad crime branch office used to be an ominous address — a fortress-like den lorded over by officers like D G Vanzara, an accused in several fake encounter cases. Countless tales of torture and illegal detentions emerged from the complex in the ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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