Balasaheb Tambe, a senior police inspector with Mumbai’s Santacruz police station, stated the group started the search at 11am and it went on until 1.30pm
A Gujarat Police group on Wednesday carried out searches on the Mumbai residence of rights activist Teesta Setalvad, who was arrested on Saturday for allegedly fabricating proof, and paperwork and influencing witnesses in circumstances associated to the 2002 Gujarat riots.
Balasaheb Tambe, a senior police inspector with Mumbai’s Santacruz police station, stated the group started the search at 11am and it went on until 1:30pm.
“We weren’t knowledgeable as to what the police group was searching for, however they requested for our assist and accordingly a constable from the Santacruz police station was despatched together with them to the residence,” Tambe stated.
Setalvad was arrested a day after the Supreme Courtroom dominated out a bigger conspiracy behind the 2002 Gujarat riots. It referred to as for a have to proceed towards some “disgruntled officers of the State of Gujrat and others” whose “coalesced efforts had been to create a sensation by making false revelations.”
A group of Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad took Setalvad in custody from her residence hours after a case was registered in Ahmedabad.
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