Godhra riots: 'More whistles to be blown on Narendra Modi'

Narendra Modi
Ahmedabad, Apr 30: Amid several controversies that are brewing around him, IPS officer Sanjeev Bhatt vowed to reveal more concrete information on 2002 Godhra riots that will nail Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. Bhatt asserted that he will soon come up with more details about the riots and Modi's role behind the shocking incident.

"I will tell Nanavati Commission that and much more because I was privy to much more. When I approached the SC with the affidavit, I told them that I know much more which I can reveal to the honorable court as and when I am called upon to do so," stated Bhatt.

The IPS officer, a Mumbai IIT graduate also added, "If the commission is interested in finding out the truth and if given an opportunity to speak up the truth, I can come out with all the facts I can recollect at this point of time."

Nanavati Commission is the investigating commission which has been appointed for the detail probe in the 2002 Godhra riots case. Bhatt claimed that he will pass all information to the Nanavati commission.

Meanwhile, all securities to Bhatt has been upheld. DB Bambhaniya, PI, SRP Training Centre, Junagadh said, "There are commandos who are posted and working here. I have come with orders from our Principal to shift them back to the centre."

Bhatt, who has filed an affidavit against Modi over the 2002 Gujarat riots case also claimed, "I have told my version of truth in the affidavit filed by me in the Supreme Court."

Bhatt, a 1988 batch IPS officer was posted as DCP at the State Intelligence Bureau during the 2002 riots. He is presently posted as the principal of the State Reserve Police training centre in Junagadh district.

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