Gujarat riots case: India court acquits 36, convicts 24
Sixty-nine Muslims were hacked and burnt to death while taking shelter at a residential complex in the city of Ahmedabad, in one of the single worst massacres of the week-long violence.
But the latest verdicts are unlikely to have an impact on the Hindu nationalist premier who was cleared in 2012 by a Supreme Court-ordered investigation of any wrongdoing.
Critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi say he did little to stop the riots.
Activists and riot survivors have expressed "disappointment" and said they would challenge the court verdict.
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