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Snooping row: Gulail releases photos of Modi with woman

Snooping row: Gulail releases photos of Modi with woman

New Delhi: Gulail, the investigative website, which had earlier exposed tapes of purported conversations between Narendra Modi's aide Amit Shah and suspended Gujarat police officer G L Singhal, has now released a photograph of BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi with Madhuri, an architect, who had come from Bangalore.

The website has claimed that the pictures were taken during the first edition of Kutch Sharad Utsav in October 2005. Madhuri reportedly worked as a guest coordinator during the festival.

The website has uploaded a dozen pictures of Modi's presence at the first edition of 'Kutch Sharad Utsav' in October 2005.

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi‘s close aide and former minister of state for home Amit Shah was accused of misusing his powers and police machinery for illegal surveillance of a young woman in 2009.

The allegations were made at a press conference in New Delhi along with release of over half-an-hour of tapped telephonic conversations, purportedly between Shah and Gujarat IPS officer G L Singhal, which two investigative portals Cobrapost and Gulail claimed have been submitted before CBI in the Ishrat Jahan murder case.

While the tapped conversations that purportedly took place between August and September 2009 do not mention Modi, the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate by name, the websites said that “listening to the conversations leaves no doubt that the people involved in the operation knew the ‘saheb’,” at whose behest the alleged snooping was being carried out.

It was claimed by the two portals that Modi had met this woman–an architect from Bangalore whose parents were in Gujarat–in 2005 during a public function of Bhavnagar Municipal Corporation.

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