Godhra panel expressed discontent over the absence of the ex-Minister

Godhra The absence of the former Urban Development Minister, I.K. Jadeja, from cross-examination has invited strong discontentment from the G.T. Nanavati-Akshay Mehta judicial inquiry commission which was appointed to probe the 2002 Godhra train massacre and the post-Godhra communal riots in Gujarat. The reason for the absence of Mr. Jadeja was dismissed by Justice Nanavati as unreasonable and he said that now the dates of hearing would be fixed according to the convenience of the Jan Sangharsh Manch which was unduly put to trouble due to the “last-minute decision” of the Minister to absent himself.

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