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Gujarat Government set up panel to probe Snooping Scandal

Nov 27, 2013 12:00 IST

The Gujarat government on 26 November 2013 formally issued a notification constituting an inquiry commission into the alleged snooping on a woman by the Gujarat police.  The snooping was allegedly supervised in 2009 by then junior home minister Amit Shah.

The panel has been asked to find out if there was any conspiracy in releasing the tapes after four years. The panel has been given six terms of references to inquire into and submit its report.

The commission is headed by retired Gujarat High Court judge Sugnyaben K Bhatt. Retired Additional Chief Secretary K C Kapoor will be part of the inquiry panel, which has been asked to submit its report within three months.

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