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Social activist Teesta Setalvad has come out of jail after getting interim bail from the Supreme Court. The apex court had granted him interim bail on the same day. He was arrested for allegedly forging documents to implicate innocent people in the 2002 Gujarat riots cases.

The Supreme Court had said that Teesta Setalvad will have to cooperate fully in the investigation. The court had asked Teesta to surrender her passport. The Supreme Court had said that it has considered the matter only from the point of view of interim bail. The Gujarat High Court will decide the bail plea of ​​Teesta Setalvad independently and unaffected by any remarks made by this court. The matter will be heard in the Gujarat High Court on September 19.

Teesta accused of fabricating false evidence to implicate people
Both Setalvad and Sreekumar, who were arrested in June, are accused of fabricating evidence to implicate innocent people in the post-Godhra riots of 2002. He is lodged in Sabarmati Central Jail. Sreekumar has also approached the High Court for bail. Former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, the third accused in the case, has not applied for bail. Bhatt was already in jail in another criminal case when he was arrested in this case.

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Social activist Teesta Setalvad has come out of jail after getting interim bail from the Supreme Court. The apex court had granted him interim bail on the same day. He was arrested for allegedly forging documents to implicate innocent people in the 2002 Gujarat riots cases.

The Supreme Court had said that Teesta Setalvad will have to cooperate fully in the investigation. The court had asked Teesta to surrender her passport. The Supreme Court had said that it has considered the matter only from the point of view of interim bail. The Gujarat High Court will decide the bail plea of ​​Teesta Setalvad independently and unaffected by any remarks made by this court. The matter will be heard in the Gujarat High Court on September 19.

Teesta accused of fabricating false evidence to implicate people

Both Setalvad and Sreekumar, who were arrested in June, are accused of fabricating evidence to implicate innocent people in the post-Godhra riots of 2002. He is lodged in Sabarmati Central Jail. Sreekumar has also approached the High Court for bail. Former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, the third accused in the case, has not applied for bail. Bhatt was already in jail in another criminal case when he was arrested in this case.

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