Ahemdabad: Following the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Zakia Jafri’s petition, suspended IPS officer Sanjeev Bhatt wrote an open letter to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, alleging that the Chief Minister had completely misread the court order on IPS officer’s petition.

The Apex Court had referred the matter to a trial court after Zakia had filed a petition in Gulberg Housing Society carnage in 2002.
In the backdrop of SC verdict, Bhatt said that Modi should not mislead the public and advised to stay away from his advisors.

Bhatt wrote that Modi should not misconstrue the verdict of the Apex Court in Zakia Jafri's petition case. “You are misguiding the public. Like a younger brother, let me clarify the right meaning of the verdict of the Supreme Court,” the letter stated.

“The court has not unfounded the allegations in the complaint. Along with good will, equality is also important,” wrote Bhatt.
Meanwhile, IPS Rahul Sharma has appealed before the Central Administrative Tribunal to make Narendra Modi as one of the respondents in his petition.

The hearing is scheduled for September 22 in this matter.

The state government had acted with malice while chargesheeting him in connection with the CDs containing mobile phone call records during the 2002 riots, he added.

JPN/Bureau