Ahmedabad: Senior IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who in an affidavit to the Supreme Court has questioned the role of Chief Minister Narendra Modi in Gujarat riots, is all set to make several startling revelations before the Nanavati Commission which is probing the post-Godhra communal riots.

The Commission has summoned Bhatt to appear before it on May 16.

“The truth will come out from the evidence which I have produced before the Supreme Court,” Bhatt said.

Bhatt has also made serious allegations against Special Investigation Team (SIT) chief RK Raghvan.

It is noteworthy that prior to Bhatt, IPS officer Rahul Sharma too had provided a CD containing data of phone calls of high profile people made during the riots to the Nanavati Commission, High Court and SIT. But, the CD was found to be tampered during the forensic test.

Though, Bhatt claimed that his evidence is fool proof.  “The CD which I have provided to the Apex Court is not tampered. I have taken the data directly from computer hard disc and saved it into the floppy.”

Nanavati Commission has not found any evidence and witness against Chief Minister Modi till now.  If the Bhatt claims are found to be true, it could raise serious problems for Modi, former Gujarat minister Mayaben Kodnani and VHP leader Jaydeep Patel for their role in the riots.

 

(JPN/Bureau)