Pseudo-secular media, politicians forced police to implicate prominent Hindus in post-Godhra riots: Gujarat Court

The Court acquitted 35 Hindus in the case while also noting that witnesses from the Muslim community gave different versions of the violence, and prolonged the probe.
Post-Godhra Riots
Post-Godhra Riots

A sessions court in Halol, Gujarat on Monday acquitted 35 persons in the 2002 post-Godhra riots case, blaming the "pseudo-secular" media, politicians, as well as witnesses from the Muslim community, for the prolonged trial faced by "prominent Hindus" in the case [State of Gujarat vs Mahesh Dinubhai Valand].

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