Narasimha Rao, the Government of Maharashtra constituted a Judicial Commission of Inquiry to inquire into the violence and riots that occurred in Bombay in December and January When the Shiv Sena — BJP came to power in Maharashtra in March , they expanded the terms of reference of the commission to include the following taken Ad verbatim from the Srikrishna Report : vi The circumstances and the immediate cause of the incidents commonly known as the serial bomb—blasts of the 12th March , which occurred in the Bombay Police Commissionerate area; vii Whether the incidents referred to in term i , have any common link with the incidents referred to in term vi above; and viii Whether the incidents referred to in term i and in term vi were part of a common design. The Hindus must share a part of the blame in provoking the Muslims by their celebration rallies, inciting slogans and rasta rokos which were all organised mostly by Shiv Sainiks, and to a marginal extent by BJP activists. It was taken over by Shiv Sena and its leaders who continued to whip up communal frenzy by their statements and acts and writings and directives issued by the Shiv Sena Pramukh Bal Thackeray.
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Early life Edit Srikrishna was born in Bangalore , to B. Narayanaswamy and Sharadamma. Narayanaswamy was a lawyer in Bombay High Court. He knows ten languages including his mother tongue Kannada. He was counsel for a number of large corporations. Besides appearing in the High Court, he also argued cases in the Supreme Court of India and was designated as a Senior Advocate in In , he assumed charge of the Commission of Inquiry into the riots that took place in Bombay in — The " Srikrishna Commission ", as it became known, submitted its report in , and generated widespread interest in India and abroad.
On 21 May , as per rules, on reaching the age of superannuation of sixty-five years, he retired from the Supreme Court. Mumbai Riots case Edit The Bombay Riots usually refers to the riots in Mumbai, in December and January , in which around people died. The riots were mainly due to escalations of hostilities after large scale protests which were initially peaceful, but eventually turned violent by Muslims in reaction to the Babri Masjid Demolition By Hindu Karsevaks in Ayodhya.
Srikrishna, then a relatively junior judge of the Bombay High Court, accepted the uphill task of investigating the causes of the riots, something that many of his colleagues had turned down. Detractors came initially from left - secular quarters who were wary of a judge who was a devout and practising Hindu. To this date, the recommendations of the Commission have neither been accepted nor acted upon by the Government of Maharashtra.
Justice Srikrishna to head 6th pay panel— Rediff. He submitted an interim report on 4 March with his findings to the Supreme Court of India.
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Justice Srikrishna Report On Mumbai Riots Of 1992, 1993
Early life Edit Srikrishna was born in Bangalore , to B. Narayanaswamy and Sharadamma. Narayanaswamy was a lawyer in Bombay High Court. He knows ten languages including his mother tongue Kannada. He was counsel for a number of large corporations. Besides appearing in the High Court, he also argued cases in the Supreme Court of India and was designated as a Senior Advocate in In , he assumed charge of the Commission of Inquiry into the riots that took place in Bombay in —
B. N. Srikrishna