The commission's report, tabled in the Gujarat Assembly on Wednesday by BJP leader Jadeja, gave a clean chit to then chief minister Narendra Modi-led state government for the 2002 riots.
The commission report blamed the cops saying they were unable to contain the mob and has recommended inquiry/action against erring police officers.
Retired Justices GT Nanavati and Akshay Mehta had in 2014 submitted their final report on the 2002 riots to the then state chief minister Anandiben Patel.
Singh should also know that Rao, as the then Home Minister, was asked not to give independent instructions as the PMO was completely seized of the matter, N V Subhash claimed.
Bishan Singh, who is an accused in the 2013 Shahnawaz murder case, is missing and a complaint was lodged on Wednesday, a senior police official said.
Gujral was the 12th Prime Minister of India between April 1997 and March 1998 and propounded the 'Gujral Doctrine' of five principles for maintaining good relations with India's neighbours.
During the hearing, Centre placed the SIT’s final report in a sealed cover before a bench comprising Chief Justice of India SA Bobde and justices BR Gavai and Surya Kant.
The SIT presently has only two members as retired IPS officer Rajdeep Singh had declined to be a part of the team on 'personal grounds'.
"People now know that riots are used by criminals on both sides for their benefit and hence I don’t think the situation will ever arise again in Mumbai,” said journalist Quaid Najmi.
The top court sought a report in four weeks from the panel of doctors constituted by the AIIMS director after Kumar sought an urgent listing of his bail plea on health grounds.
Earlier Sajjan Kumar had moved the top court challenging the conviction and award of life imprisonment by the high court.
The AIMIM chief accused the PM of indulging in 'dog-whistle politics' by raising controversial topics in poll speeches.
Yakoob Rasool said his family sent two notices to the Vijay Rupani-led state government, reminding it of the SC order, but it did not even reply, following which they approached the apex court again.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the Gujarat government as to why it has not given the compensation, job and accommodation to Bilkis despite the apex court's April 23 order.
Addressing a congregation as part of the 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev here, the SAD president said that more than 100 Sikhs were brutally killed in Bokaro in 1984.