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Sanjiv Bhatt is a former Indian Police Service officer from Gujarat. He is known for his role in filing an affidavit in the Supreme Court of India against the then Chief Minister of the Government of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, concerning Modi's alleged role in the 2002 Gujarat riots. He claimed to have attended a meeting, during which Modi allegedly asked top police officials to let Hindus vent out their anger against the Muslims. However, the Special Investigation Team appointed by the Supreme Court of India concluded that Bhatt did not attend this meeting, and dismissed his allegations.

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Gujarat High Court rejects Sanjiv Bhatt's plea for suspension of sentence

The rejection from the high court also means that Bhatt is left with no option, but to approach the Supreme Court for relief
DNA - Published

Court orders police probe against former IPS Sanjiv Bhatt

The court directed the police inspector of Shahibaug police station to probe the allegations and file a report within the next three months
DNA - Published

Want independent analysis of threat to my family: Shweta Bhatt, wife of suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt

Shweta, who has moved court seeking police protection for her family, contended that Singh is neither a respondent in the case, nor is the authority to decide whether the protection is required, or not
DNA - Published

Hardik Patel, two other MLAs detained on way to meet jailed cop Sanjiv Bhatt

Bhatt was handed life sentences in June in connection with the incident which happened in 1990 when he was posted as the additional superintendent of police in Jamnagar
DNA - Published

Custodial death case: Sanjiv Bhatt challenges his conviction

The court also sought a reply from the state government by August 19 in connection with Bhatt's plea for suspension of sentence till the appeal is pending
DNA - Published

Ex-IPS Sanjiv Bhatt gets life for custodial death, to appeal verdict

Former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt and constable Pravinsinh Zala awarded life in jail in 1990 case
DNA - Published

Sacked Gujarat IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt gets life imprisonment in custody death case

Sacked IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt was sentenced to life imprisonment on Thursday by the Jamnagar sessions court in a custodial death case that goes back 29 years to 1990. Retired constable Pravinsinh..
IndiaTimes - Published Also reported by •DNA

Custodial death case: SC dismisses plea of sacked IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt

In a setback to sacked Gujarat-cadre IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, the Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain his plea seeking examination of 11 additional witnesses in a 30-year-old custodial..
IndiaTimes - Published

SC refuses to interfere with HC order dismissing bail plea of Sanjiv Bhatt


IndiaTimes - Published

Gujarat: Ex-cop Sanjiv Bhatt's wife seeks police protection

Shweta, who fought the assembly elections of 2012 against then chief minister Narendra Modi from Maninagar constituency, has cited several instances to substantiate her need for security.
DNA - Published

Gujarat High Court asks former IPS Sanjiv Bhatt to furnish details of witnesses

Notably, the former cop had moved the high court after the trial court rejected his plea to summon nearly 40 witnesses in the case
DNA - Published

Gujarat: Ex-IPS Sanjiv Bhatt wants DGPs to be examined as witnesses

Sanjiv Bhatt is accused in an alleged custodial death case in Jamnagar
DNA - Published

Gujarat High Court rejects ex-IPS Sanjiv Bhatt's bail plea in drug planting case

Bhatt's bail plea in the 1996 case was earlier rejected by a Palanpur court in Banaskantha district on December 7, 2018, against which he had moved the high court.
DNA - Published

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