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She's fighting social boycott now.
Appointments were made despite "bearing in mind the questionable track record of the two officers".
BJP sources denied the reports.
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She is also Gujarat's first female IPS officer.
Police officer Satish Verma has a history of not buckling under political pressure.
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Five documents, including two affidavits are missing.
With fresh information emerging about a botched enquiry, the Ishrat Jahan case has once again become the focus of media attention and political controversy. Whether or not the latest round of controversy has any substantial basis remains to be seen, but what the political squabbles have definitely achieved is diverting our attention from what the case is actually about.
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