Maharashtra govt to table 26/11 report
Nagpur: The Ram Pradhan Committee report that evaluated the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks will be tabled in Maharashtra Assembly on December 21, the government announced on Monday.
Home Minister R R Patil made this statement while replying to the Opposition resolution on deteriorating law and order situation in the state.
The resolution was moved under rule 293 by Opposition Leader Eknath Khadse, Subhash Desai, Girish Bapat, Suryakant Dalvi, Girish Mahajan and others.
On the missing bullet-proof jacket of ATS chief Hemant Karkare and file related to jacket procurement, Patil said 10 persons who were handling the file will be placed under suspension. Similarly, action will be taken against persons responsible for seizing bullet-proof jacket worn by Karkare during the 26/11 attacks operation, he said.
The Home Minister said a 15-member committee has been set up after talks with leaders of various groups in the House to discuss the nature of discussion on the report.
The Opposition, not satisfied with the replies, wanted to know whether the leaked report in the media and a copy of the same which they handed over to chief minister was same or not. Patil evaded direct replies.
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