Saturday, April 20, 2024

Topic: Sanjiv Bhatt

Sanjiv Bhatt gets 20 years in jail in 1996 drug planting case

A special Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) court in Gujarat’s Banaskantha district on Thursday sentenced former Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Sanjiv Bhatt to 20 years imprisonment in a 1996 drug planting case.

Gujarat court convicts former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt in 1996 drug seizure case

A Sessions court at Palanpur in Gujarat's Banaskantha district on Wednesday convicted former IPS officer and whistleblower Sanjiv Bhatt in the 1996 drug-planting case....

Little did I know that in Modi’s India, pursuing justice is a criminal offence: Shweta Sanjiv Bhatt

"Little did I know that in Modi's India, pursuing justice is a criminal offence," said Shweta Sanjiv Bhatt, wife of jailed whistleblower Sanjiv Bhatt. She made this statement a day after the Supreme Court imposed a fine of ₹3 lakh on Sanjiv Bhatt for repeatedly filing petitions with the top court.

“How many times have you been to Supreme Court?”: SC imposes costs of ₹3 lakh on Sanjiv Bhatt for filing repeated pleas

The Supreme Court on Tuesday imposed costs of ₹3 lakh on former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt for repeatedly filing petitions in relation to a drug planting case against him.

SC dismisses whistleblower Sanjiv Bhatt’s plea, imposes Rs 10,000 costs for challenging HC order

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a petition filed by former IPS officer and whistleblower Sanjiv Bhatt challenging a Gujarat High Court order which set a deadline for the trial in an alleged drug planting case in which he is an accused, Live Law reported.

Gujarat genocide; “Plot to frame Modi hatched at behest of Ahmed Patel,” says SIT

The special investigation team (SIT) probing charges against whistleblowers activist Teesta Setalvad, retired DGP R B Sreekumar and former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt told a city sessions court on Friday that the trio were allegedly part of a “larger conspiracy” for “dismissal or destabilisation” by “hook or by crook” of the then state government.