Gujarat Riots 2002: Clean chit to Narendra Modi from Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the plea of ​​Zakia Jafri, wife of Congress leader Ehsan Jafri, who was killed during the 2002 violence at Gulbarg Society in Ahmedabad.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has today given a clean chit to the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the 2002 Gujarat riots. The court dismissed the petition challenging the clean chit of the SIT. At the same time, after the Supreme Court's decision, BJP's strong leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said in a press conference that there was actually propaganda against Narendra Modi and the Left, Liberal and Congress were all involved in that work. You yourself can understand the mental bankruptcy of the Congress, he did not trust the inquiry report of the committee he had constituted. The country's courts were not trusted.


Gujarat riots seen through a political prism, Modi was questioned by SIT for 9 hours.

Zakia Jafri had the support of the Left Congress, there was a constant attempt to defame Narendra Modi.


There was continuous propaganda against PM Modi, SIT gave a clean chit to PM Modi.

The SIT was also formed during the UPA era, in which none of the members was from Gujarat.

The left gang was lying behind Modi, the fake campaign was run against Modi.

Zakia Jafri's petition dismissed


The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the plea of ​​Zakia Jafri, wife of Congress leader Ehsan Jafri, who was killed during the 2002 violence at Gulbarg Society in Ahmedabad. The petition was filed against the final report of the SIT giving clean chit to the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi and others in the Gujarat riots case, which was dismissed by the Supreme Court on Saturday. Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Justice C.T. Ravikumar upheld the order of the Gujarat High Court and said that the appeal filed by Zakia Jafri has no merit and should be dismissed.