The Gujarat High Court on Thursday granted a 15-day temporary bail to Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Babu Bajrangi, who was convicted by a special court in the 2002 Naroda Patia riot massacre case.
Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team filed delay condonation application before Gujarat High Court in Naroda Patiya massacre case, after which court issued notices to the accused.
The judge, who is hearing the Naroda Gaam riot case of 2002, on Friday rejected an application seeking that she should recuse herself from the trial.
The designated judge hearing the Naroda Gaam rioting case of 2002 Monday reserved order on an application seeking her recusal from the case.
Gujarat HC admitted the appeal of former state minister Maya Kodnani, who challenged her conviction in the case of Naroda Patiya massacre.
Babu Bajarngi, who was convicted for life in the Naroda Patiya massacre case of 2002 post-Godhra riots, had an altercation with other inmates.
Former Gujarat DGP Jatavedan Namboodiri said he was in Gujarat at the time of the riots in 2002 associated with the activities of the Human Rights Commission.
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