Following a perusal of the documents given to the complainant
Zakiya Ahsan Jaffri, she, assisted by CJP, has pointed out that the
following documents are missing from the record. Since the SIT is
contesting her right to have these documents, a full-fledged hearing
on the question will take place before the magistrate on May 19, 2012.
Documents that are missing from the record presented to the
magistrate’s court and given to the complainant are:
1) Preliminary Inquiry Report by AK Malhotra of the
SIT, dated May 12, 2010, submitted to the Supreme Court of India.
2) Analysis/Comments by the chairman of the SIT,
dated May 14, 2010, presented to the Supreme Court.
3) Reports of further investigation under Section
173(8) of the CrPC conducted by the SIT.
4) Further Investigation Reports by the SIT filed
periodically in the Supreme Court of India along with accompanying
5) Any other reports of the SIT concerning this
complaint dated June 8, 2006 that have been submitted to the Supreme
6) Note of the then additional chief secretary
(home), Ashok Narayan, on the Godhra incident prepared, according to
the SIT, on the basis of information provided by the then director
general of police, K. Chakravarti, and then submitted to the chief
minister for his approval (before the assembly).
7) Statement on the Godhra incident read out in the
assembly by the then minister of state for home, Gordhan Zadaphiya,
according to the SIT, and prepared by the home department based on
information available at that time.
8) Circulars on police force deployment on February
27 and February 28, 2002, signed by the home minister and obtained
from the general administration/home department.
9) Statements of Central Reserve Police
Force (CRPF) and Railway Protection Force (RPF) officials
regarding the Godhra incident and its fallout, recorded by the SIT.
10) Statement of Vipul Vijay, IPS, Gujarat.
11) Details and analysis of the Police Exchange
phone numbers that record details of internal calls made by police
officers to each other.
12) Fire brigade registers from Ahmedabad, Mehsana,
Anand, Kheda, Ahmedabad rural, Vadodara, Panchmahal, Dahod,
Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Bharuch, Ankleshwar, Bhavnagar, Rajkot – the
14 worst affected districts as outlined in the complaint dated June 8,
13) Gujarat home ministry notings
transferring/promoting/sidelining police officers as mentioned in the
14) Gujarat law ministry notings on the appointment
of special public prosecutors with ideological leanings as detailed in
15) Affidavits of the mamlatdar[executive
magistrate], Godhra, ML Nalvaya, filed before the Nanavati-Shah
Commission, dated June 3, 2002 and September 5, 2009.
16) Transcripts and CDs of all national television
coverage of the violence of 2002, beginning with the Godhra incident,
available on the records of the Nanavati-Shah Commission.
17) Documents and telephone records, analysis and
CDs provided by IPS officer Rahul Sharma to the SIT in the course of
this inquiry and investigation.
In addition, the SIT has been directed to make
those documents that are illegible available for inspection by the
complainant and CJP on May 19, 2012.