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The Justice Nanavati Commission probing the Godhra train carnage has refused to summon Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi citing lack of evidence.
The panel formed by the chief minister to probe the 2002 carnage, refused to entertain a petition filed by an NGO Jan Sangharsh Manch(JSM).
The commission on Wednesday, after hearing the arguments of JSM advocate Mukul Sinha, said there was not enough evidence based on which Modi could be summoned.
However, the commission postponed the hearing till September 7 and told the NGO to come up with evidence if they have anything against Modi.
Justice Nanavati said the decision to not summon the chief minister was based on the facts placed before it so far. He added if new facts are placed before it, and in the overall consideration if the commission finds it fit to summon anyone, it will do so.
The commission had earlier disposed of a similar petition by the JSM demanding a probe against Modi in the post- Godhra riots cases.
The JSM had then moved the Gujarat High Court, which directed the commission to hear NGO’s plea again.
When pointed out by the JSM counsel that the state government had earlier informed the Gujarat High Court that the order to not summon Modi wasn’t final, the commission clarified it only pertained to allegations against former home minister Gordhan Zadafiya and police officer R. J. Savani.
JSM sources said they will now appeal in the HC as the case is pending before the court.
Source: Yahoo India
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