Convicted in Naroda-Patiya case

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Former minister in Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi's government Mayaben Kodnani being taken to Sabarmati Central Jail after she was convicted by a Special court in the Naroda Patia Case 2002, in Ahmedabad. Agencies

Former minister in Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi's government Mayaben Kodnani being taken to Sabarmati Central Jail after she was convicted by a Special court in the Naroda Patia Case 2002, in Ahmedabad. Agencies

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One of the convicts being taken to jail after a special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

One of the convicts being taken to jail after a special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

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One of the convicts being taken to jail after a special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

One of the convicts being taken to jail after a special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

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Relatives of those convicted in the Naroda-Patiya riots case are seen crying in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

Relatives of those convicted in the Naroda-Patiya riots case are seen crying in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

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One of the convicts being taken to jail after a special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

One of the convicts being taken to jail after a special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

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A special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

A special court convicted 32 people in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

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Relatives of those convicted in the Naroda-Patiya riots case are seen crying in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

Relatives of those convicted in the Naroda-Patiya riots case are seen crying in Ahmedabad. HT/Mayur Bhatt

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Convicts being taken to Sabarmati Central Jail after their were convicted by a Special court in the Naroda Patia Case 2002 in Ahmedabad. Agencies

Convicts being taken to Sabarmati Central Jail after their were convicted by a Special court in the Naroda Patia Case 2002 in Ahmedabad. Agencies

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Former leader of Bajrang Dal Babu Bajrangi gestures from the window of a police vehicle in Ahmedabad. AFP Photo

Former leader of Bajrang Dal Babu Bajrangi gestures from the window of a police vehicle in Ahmedabad. AFP Photo

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One of the convicts consoles his daughter while being taken to jail from the court after the pronouncement of the verdict on Naroda Patiya massacre in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

One of the convicts consoles his daughter while being taken to jail from the court after the pronouncement of the verdict on Naroda Patiya massacre in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

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One of the convicts consoles his son while being taken to jail from the court after the pronouncement of the verdict on Naroda Patiya massacre in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

One of the convicts consoles his son while being taken to jail from the court after the pronouncement of the verdict on Naroda Patiya massacre in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

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Relatives hang by the police vehicle as convicts are being taken to jail from the court after the pronouncement of the verdict on Naroda Patiya massacre in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

Relatives hang by the police vehicle as convicts are being taken to jail from the court after the pronouncement of the verdict on Naroda Patiya massacre in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

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Relatives of convicted are crying after a special court in Gujarat convicted 32 people including BJP MLA and former minister in the Narendra Modi government Maya Kodnani and a Bajrang Dal leader in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in which more than 90 people belonging to the minority community were killed, in Ahmedabad. HT Photo/Mayur Bhatt

Relatives of convicted are crying after a special court in Gujarat convicted 32 people including BJP MLA and former minister in the Narendra Modi government Maya Kodnani and a Bajrang Dal leader in the Naroda-Patiya riots case in which more than 90 people belonging to the minority community were killed, in Ahmedabad. HT Photo/Mayur Bhatt

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Former Gujarat minister and BJP leader Maya Kodnani arrives at a special court in Ahmedabad, in a police vehicle. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

Former Gujarat minister and BJP leader Maya Kodnani arrives at a special court in Ahmedabad, in a police vehicle. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

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Relatives of the convicts in 2002 Naroda Patiya massacre case, in tears outside the court on the day of pronouncement of sentence in the case, in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

Relatives of the convicts in 2002 Naroda Patiya massacre case, in tears outside the court on the day of pronouncement of sentence in the case, in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

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Former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani, one of the convicts in Naroda Patiya massacre case, is consoled by her husband as she is brought to the court to hear the sentence in the case, in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

Former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani, one of the convicts in Naroda Patiya massacre case, is consoled by her husband as she is brought to the court to hear the sentence in the case, in Ahmedabad. PTI Photo

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Former Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi is escorted by policemen on his arrival at a special court in Ahmedabad. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

Former Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi is escorted by policemen on his arrival at a special court in Ahmedabad. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

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Former Gujarat minister and BJP leader Maya Kodnani is led by police on her arrival at a special court in Ahmedabad. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

Former Gujarat minister and BJP leader Maya Kodnani is led by police on her arrival at a special court in Ahmedabad. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

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Relatives of the convicts in 2002 Naroda Patiya massacre case, in tears outside the court on the day of pronouncement of sentence in the case, in Ahmedabad. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

Relatives of the convicts in 2002 Naroda Patiya massacre case, in tears outside the court on the day of pronouncement of sentence in the case, in Ahmedabad. AP Photo/Ajit Solanki

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A combination photo of BJP MLA Maya Kodnani and former Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi, who were awarded life imprisonment in Naroda-Patiya massacre case.

A combination photo of BJP MLA Maya Kodnani and former Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi, who were awarded life imprisonment in Naroda-Patiya massacre case.

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