Pune Mirror / by By PuneMirror Bureau
The government has also made it clear that this would be the last extension to the enquiry commission and no further time will be granted
The order issued by the state government stated that the commission has been granted an extension of three months till June 30, 2023 to submit the report
The Maharashtra government on Wednesday granted another extension of three months to Koregaon Bhima Enquiry Commission. The commission is investigating a sequence of events that led to communal violence reported in Koregaon Bhima in Pune district on January 1, 2018. The two-member commission is headed by a retired high court judge J N Patel and former chief secretary Sumit Malik is a member of it.
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● Saffron Conspiracy in Bhima Koregaon? – Fact finding report by Rashtra Seva Dal unearths insidious scheme to target Dalits (CJP / Jan 2018)