A team of the association visited Bhatt's residence and assured his (Bhatt's) wife and family members that they would support the arrested man in his battle "to prove the truth."
Bhatt's wife Shweta said, "Three IPS officers came to our house and told us that the association will totally back Bhatt in his fight for truth."
Stating about the main agenda of the passed resolution, sources from the IPS association informed, "The association has passed a resolution for filling up the post of DGP instead of having in-charge DGP."
Bhatt was arrested for allegedly forcing his fellow-cop to file a fake affidavit against CM Modi, where he stated that police were asked to go easy on rioting Hindus in Gujarat in 2002.
The court hearing over his (Bhatt's) bail plea will be held on Monday, Oct 10. Bhatt has been sent to judicial custody, though Gujarat police started a fight in court to get Bhatt's remand.