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If all 67 accused in the Naroda violence case were acquitted, what did Asaduddin Owaisi say?

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If all 67 accused in the Naroda violence case were acquitted, what did Asaduddin Owaisi say?

Assuddin Owaisi On Naroda Gam Riots: Asaduddin Owaisi reacted sharply to the acquittal of all 67 accused, including former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani and former Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi, in the 2002 Naroda Gam riots case.

Asaduddin Owaisi tweeted and wrote in a poetic way, “Spread smoke wherever you go, wherever you reach, do a blast. Politics has given you the right, turn the green land red. You are the appeal, you are the argument, you are the witness.” You are also a lawyer. Call whoever you want haram, make whoever you want halal.

The decision of the special court comes more than two decades after 11 people were killed in the post-Godhra riots at Ahmedabad’s Naroda Gam. There were a total of 86 accused in the case, of whom 18 died during the trial, while one was earlier acquitted by the court for lack of evidence under Section 169 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).

What did Maya Kodnani and the aggrieved party say?
On his acquittal in the case, Kodnani said that truth has really won today. On the other hand, advocate Shahshad Pathan, who was in favor of the victims, said that the order of acquittal would be challenged in the Gujarat High Court. Pathan said, “It appears that justice has been denied to the victims. The question is who burnt 11 people in the presence of policemen?

What is the matter?
Riots broke out in the Naroda Gam area of ​​Ahmedabad on 28 February 2002, during a bandh called to protest against the setting fire to the S-6 bogie of the Sabarmati Express by a mob near Godhra station. At least 58 passengers, mostly kar sevaks returning from Ayodhya, were burnt to death in the train bogie fire incident.

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