Ahmedabad: A local court today expressed unhappiness over the “approach” of the police in connection with submission of report on the complaint of a AAP member who has accused Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi of “hiding” his marital status in his affidavit filed for 2012 assembly polls.
The court granted the police time until May 21 to submit the report on investigation into the complaint of Nishant Verma.
When the proceedings of the court began, officials of the concerned police station said the probe into Verma's complaint was handed over to the crime branch.
However, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate M M Sheikh expressed his dissatisfaction over the written reply and summoned Inspector of Ranip police station P D Champavat to court.
Champavat told the court that crime branch was investigating the complaint and the report should be sought from them.