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PC Sought to 'Fix' Modi in Ishrat Case?

Ishrat case turned into rumblings after another ex-Home Ministry official went public indicting former home minister P Chidambaram.

Published: 02nd March 2016 03:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd March 2016 03:05 AM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: The year-old muffled whispers in the Ishrat Jahan case turned into rumblings on Tuesday after another ex-Home Ministry official went public indicting former home minister P Chidambaram for censoring the government affidavit in 2009 to allegedly fix Narendra Modi.

Ishrat.jpgIn the first affidavit, the MHA gave a clean chit to Gujarat Police claiming Ishrat and others were terrorists, while in the second, just a month later, it made a U-turn claiming intelligence inputs on Ishrat and three others killed in the encounter did not constitute conclusive proof and favouring a CBI probe in the incident. Chidambaram recently owned up to making changes and giving a clean chit to the terrorists, but by doing so tied himself in knots as ex-Under Secretary RVS Mani has now come out claiming he was made to sign the second affidavit in September 2009 that was changed at the political level to allegedly implicate political rivals.



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