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Published in the 16-31 July 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Proceedings adjourned in Gujarat riot case

New Delhi: A local court at Himmatnagar town in north Gujarat on June 24 adjourned the proceedings of the case till July 31 in which two British citizens were killed during the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat. The kin of the two Britishers has filed compensation suits against the Chief Minister Narendra Modi and 13 others.

The lawyers of the 14 defendents had sought more time to file their replies. The civil judge M.M. Kayasth had directed earlier the defendents to file their replies by June 24. One of the two lawyers, Sumit Shah, is representing eight persons including Modi, the then state home minister, the then director general of police, and the former home secretary while the second lawyer Rashmikant Pandya is representing the other five defendents. 

The victims, Saeed Dawood and Shakeel Dawood and their driver Yusuf Peragar were killed by a mob near Wadwasa village in Navsari district.

In a related development, 15 of 21 accused in the Delol massacre case surrendered before the police in Kalol on June 24. Most of them are local BJP-VHP activists who had killed and burnt 23 persons in Delol village of Panchmahal district on March 1, 2002 during a VHP-sponsored bandh after the Godhra train incident.

The other six accused were arrested during the last six months. The surrender of other 15 accused on June 24 followed after a local court declared them absconders and decided to attach their properties.

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