Four Goa Congress leaders resign protesting against party's 'wrong stand' on CAA, NRC, say they are in favour of amended law
Four Goa Congress leaders resigned from the party on Thursday to protest against its stand on the Citizenship Amendment Act and National Register of Citizens
Joining the debate, former Union Home Secretary R K Singh today claimed that the affidavit on the controversial Ishrat Jahan case was changed due to political reasons.
How does gospel of Headley change the fact that reports based on investigations by government agencies concluded that Ishrat Jahan was killed in cold blood?
Ishrat, a college student from Mumbra in Thane district adjoining Mumbai, Javed Shaikh, Amjadali Akbarali Rana and Zeeshan Johar were killed in the encounter with the Gujarat police on the outskirts of Ahmedabad on 15 June, 2004.
Senior police officer Parikshita Rathod who was the first officer to investigate the "encounter" case of Ishrat Jahan and three others, told the CBI that suspended IPS officer D G Vanzara had told her that there was no need for ballistic examination of their weapons.
Amjad Ali Rana had stayed at Javed Sheikh's residence in Mumbai impersonating as his friend "Bunty", days before he was intercepted by Gujarat Police in Ahmedabad and allegedly shot dead in an encounter in which Ishrat Jahan was also killed along with them.