WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India
Nov 13, 2018, 04.51 PM
The Supreme Court will on Monday, November 19 hear Zakia Jafri's plea challenging the clean chit given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, other top politicians, and bureaucrats in the Gulberg massacre case.
Sixty-nine Muslims, including Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, had been killed in the Gulberg massacre during the 2002 Gujarat riots. Jafri had been dragged out of his Gulberg Society home and hacked to death. Jafri's frantic calls to politicians and senior policemen had gone unanswered.
Zakia Jafri, 80, is his widow. Her plea to the Supreme Court alleges a "larger conspiracy".
Supreme Court to hear on 19th November a plea by filed by Zakia Jafri, widow of former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, challenging clean chit given by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to PM Narendra Modi, other top politicians and bureaucrats in the 2002 Gujarat riots.