The prosecution, which is at present arguing the case, had requested the court to screen the recordings on CDs in its possession.
The prosecution had asked for the screening of three CDs, including that of "Operation Kalank" in which two accused --former Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi and Jaideep Patel -- are seen making extra-judicial confessions related to the killings during the riots.
The video was also aired by some news channels.
The statements of Bajrangi and Patel, as recorded in the sting carried out on them by Khetan, will help the court ascertain the criminal conspiracy angle, the prosecution argued.
The other two CDs, which will be screened in the open court, are videos recorded by investigating agencies of areas that were affected by the riots.
While one was recorded by police immediately after the riots, the other was made after the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) took over investigation in 2008.
They carry footage of areas in Naroda Gam where the killings took place.
Eleven Muslims were killed in the Naroda Gam area of Ahmedabad in 2002 during the violence, which erupted after the Godhra train burning incident.
A total of 82 people are facing trial in the case, including Maya Kodnani, once a minister in the Narendra Modi-led state government.
She was sentenced to 28 years in jail in the Naroda Patiya riot case before the Gujarat High Court acquitted her in April this year.
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