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A designated court of Gujarat  today deferred to 29 August, 2012 the pronouncement of judgment in the Naroda Patiya riot case of 2002, in which a former BJP Minister is one of the 61 accused.

Special judge Ms Jyotsna Yagnik, who had earlier given a tentative date today for delivering the much-awaited judgment of  Naroda Patiya riot case, put off the verdict by two months without assigning any reason.

Naroda Patiya, a locality in the city, saw one of the worst riots in the wake of Sabarmati Express burning incident near Godhra.

 In Naroda Patiya riot case Ninety-seven members of a minority community were massacred in the area by a violent mob on 28 February, 2002, a day after the Godhra train fire

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