Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and his close aide Amit Shah may face some more trouble as Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is reportedly mulling to summon them for questioning in connection with 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case.  

Meanwhile, the CBI has not filed chargesheet within the stipulated period of 90 days against the cops who are accused in this case thereby clearing the way for their release from the jail.
CBI’s decision of not filing the chargesheet within stipulated period is likely to benefit the jailed police officials like- Tarun Barot, JG Parmar, Bharat Patel and Anaju Chaudhary besides top cop GL Singhal who is behind bars in this case.

The premier investigating agency is likely to file chargesheet in this case in the first week of June. Singhal has already tendered his resignation from the IPS after the controversy and has also refused to take special facilities in and out of jail.


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