G.L.Singhal, the Gujarat police officer, from the ATS, has been reinstated by the Gujarat government. He was arrested in the Ishrat Jahan 'encounter' alias extra judicial killing case.
Who exactly is G.L.Singhal? A quick reminder:
Modi Govt is wasting no time in fulfilling its promise. Most efficiently good governance is being delivered, justice is being obstructed and subverted.
Wonder if justice will ever prevail. Wonder how much will take to close the following issue?
Mukesh Ambani once said: Congress to apni dukan hai.
Now he may prove: BJP to apna makan hai.
RIL denies theft of gas from ONGC block
May 24 2014, 05:10 IST
Last week, ONGC moved the Delhi High Court alleging that RIL had “cleverly and craftily exploited” gas from the PSU's blocks in the KG basin totalling about 18 billion cubic metres (bcm) between 2009 and September 2013. The PSU sought compensation for the loss of “several thousands of crores of rupees”due to the alleged unauthorised tapping of its gas by the private firm. At $4.2/mmBtu, RIL's revenue from alleged sales of ONGC's 18 bcm gas could be pegged at around $2.7 billion, although the PSU did not mention any specific figure in its petition.
Singhal along with Vanzara was behind the framing of the innocents in Akshardham case
Soon there will be no quarrall between IB and CBI. Ishrat's case depends on their quarrall, which is creation of UPA government. Ishrat case will go and this police officer will be free and legitimate.
He is ACCUSED not guilty. Former CM Ashok Chavan who won Lok Sabha from Latur is guilty for PAID NEWS. I do not see anyone making noise about that! Ah the Secular-Liberals...Incorrigble nuts
The reinstatement of IPS officer Singhal by Gujarat govt. close on the heels of Modi's swearing in, is bound to cast a shadow on BJP govt, as the officer who has received the pat on his shoulders has not been acquited but has come out only on bail after cooling his heels in jail. It is a open secret that Ishrat Jahan trial and snoopgate are perceived as thorns in the flesh of Gujarat govt. headed by Modi and the present order has let many eyebrows to raise.
We at Outlookindia.com welcome feedback and your comments, including scathing criticism
1. Scathing, passionate, even angry critiques are welcome, but please do not indulge in abuse and invective. Our Primary concern is to keep the debate civil. We urge our users to try and express their disagreements without being disagreeable. Personal attacks are not welcome. No ad hominem please.
2. Please do not post the same message again and again in the same or different threads
3. Please keep your responses confined to the subject matter of the article you are responding to. Please note that our comments section is not a general free-for-all but for feedback to articles/blogs posted on the site
4. Our endeavour is to keep these forums unmoderated and unexpurgated. But if any of the above three conditions are violated, we reserve the right to delete any comment that we deem objectionable and also to withdraw posting privileges from the abuser. Please also note that hate-speech is punishable by law and in extreme circumstances, we may be forced to take legal action by tracing the IP addresses of the poster.
5. If someone is being abusive or personal, or generally being a troll or a flame-baiter, please do not descend to their level. The best response to such posters is to ignore them and send us a message at Mail AT outlookindia DOT com with the subject header COMPLAINT
6. Please do not copy and paste copyrighted material. If you do think that an article elsewhere has relevance to the point you wish to make, please only quote what is considered fair-use and provide a link to the article under question.
7. There is no particular outlookindia.com line on any subject. The views expressed in our opinion section are those of the author concerned and not that of all of outlookindia.com or all its authors.
8. Please also note that you are solely responsible for the comments posted by you on the site. The comments could be deleted or edited entirely at our discretion if we find them objectionable. However, the mere fact of their existence on our site does not mean that we necessarily approve of their contents. In short, the onus of responsibility for the comments remains solely with the authors thereof. Outlookindia.com or any of its group publications, may, however, retains the right to publish any of these comments, with or without editing, in any medium whatsoever. It is therefore in your own interest to be careful before posting.
9.Outlookindia.com is not responsible in any manner whatsoever for how any search engine -- such as Google, Bing etc -- caches or displays these comments. Please note that you are solely responsible for posting these comments and it is a privilege being granted to our registered users which can be withdrawn in case of abuse. To reiterate:
a. Comments once posted can only be deleted at the discretion of outlookindia.com
b. The comments reflect the views of the authors and not of outlookindia.com
c. outlookindia.com is not responsible in any manner whatsoever for the way search engines cache or display these comments
d. Please therefore take due caution before you post any comments as your words could potentially be used against you
10. We have an online thread for our comments policy:
You are welcome to post your suggestions here or in case you have a specific issue, to directly email us at Mail AT outlookindia DOT com with the subject header COMPLAINT