India's would-be PM implicated in killings

Mr Modi owes a "debt" to the work of Gujarat police and anti-terrorist squad officers for suppressing Pakistan-backed terrorism in Gujarat and clearing a path for the state's development model.

Ahmadiyya Times | News Watch | AU Desk
Source/Credit: The Australian
By Amanda Hodge | September 6, 2013

INDIA'S most likely next prime minister, Narendra Modi, has been implicated by his former Gujarat police chief in a series of "fake encounters" in which suspected terrorists were killed in staged confrontations.

The explosive accusation against the Gujarat Chief Minister was made this week in a public resignation letter by the state's suspended police director-general, DG Vanzara, jailed since 2007 with 31 other officers over the deaths of four alleged terror suspects in Gujarat.

The fresh scandal could not have come at a worse time.
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