After the court's ruling on the Gujarat riots, a BJP leader slams the opposition parties.

Supreme Court upheld clean chit given by the court-appointed special investigation team (SIT) to then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and others . Mr Prasad said that the Special Investigative Team had interrogated then Gujarat Chief Minister Modi for nine hours and found that he had no involvement .

After the Supreme Court upheld the clean chit given by the court-appointed special investigation team (SIT) to then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and others, Mr Prasad told reporters here today, how many more days will you run then.Mr Prasad said that the Special Investigative Team (SIT) had interrogated then Gujarat Chief Minister Modi for nine hours and found that he had no involvement (in 2002 Gujarat riots).The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that proceedings to keep the kettle boiling for the past 16 years have been held by disgruntled officials of the Gujarat government, who unabashedly pleaded to be aware of the then Chief Minister's utterances in a formal meeting, and that the Supreme Court, along with other judges, had been subjected to scrutiny.The new trial began in 2002 with the courage to question the identity of each individual functionary involved in the process of exposing the devious stratagem used to keep the pot boiling, evidently, for ulterior purpose, according to the top court.Since then, the Bench observed that all those involved in such abuse of process must face the probing courts and proceed in accordance with the rules.