Sohrabuddin case: Amit Shah appears before Mumbai court
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Former minister Amit Shah appeared before a local court Friday in connection with the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case.
Shah, who won the recently conducted Assembly elections from Naranpura, appeared in the court of the metropolitan magistrate here. Later in the evening, the court adjourned the proceedings to next month.
The Supreme Court had on September 27 ordered the transfer of the alleged fake encounter case to Maharashtra after the CBI said witnesses were being intimidated and the trial could not be held in a free and fair manner in Gujarat.
The CBI had termed Shah as the "kingpin" of the conspiracy in the encounter episode in which most of the accused are policemen, some of them IPS officers. He was arrested in July 2010 but released on bail after spending three months in jail.
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