Gujarat forms inquiry commission to probe snooping

New Delhi, Nov 25 : The Gujarat government Monday announced a two-member commission of inquiry to probe the alleged snooping of a woman architect by the police at the instance of then home minister Amit Shah.

A Gujarat government statement said that the commission will consist of former Gujarat High Court judge Sugnyaben K. Bhatt, and former additional chief secretary K.C. Kapoor.

The commission has been asked to submit its report within three months.

Gujarat cadre IAS officer Pradeep Sharma Saturday sought a CBI probe into violations of law by Chief Minister Narendra Modi and his confidante Amit Shah in the alleged snooping.

--IANS (Posted on 25-11-2013)

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