The report will be submitted despite not being able to trace the missing documents in which the narrative in the case is alleged to have been changed.
The committee comprising additional secretary B K Prasad had been constituted by the Home Ministry to probe into the missing papers.
The two files that are missing are very crucial ones. They include a copy of the affidavit that was vetted by the then Attorney General which was submitted in the Gujarat High Court and also a second draft of the affidavit in which the changes are alleged to have been made.
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Home Ministry to decide:
The committee is unlikely to suggest action against anyone. It will report that the papers have not been traceable. It is now up to the Home Ministry to take a final call on the matter.
The ministry will study the report and then decide on the next course of action.
The committee had recorded the statements of several officials including that of Dharmendra Singh who was part of the internal security division between 2007 and 2009.
The affidavit in which the narrative changed was submitted to the Gujarat High Court in 2009.
The committee had also attempted contacting several officers. However it was unable to reach many of them. Sources say that it would require a probe by an investigating agency to find out how the papers went missing.
It is unclear where exactly the papers are, but there is a good chance that it may have been destroyed sources also say.