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No Remorse for the Deaths and Destruction

On 22 October, 2007, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi walked out of an interview with Karan Thapar on CNN-IBN’s Devil’s Advocate because he was questioned about Godhra. Modi walked out of the interview less than five minutes after it started in Gandhinagar. It is interesting to note that Narendra Modi refused to apologise to the…

Illegal Mass Graves Found

Mass graves were unearthed in Pandharwada and Kidiad in December 2005. The remains were illegally dumped in forest wasteland near the Paanam river outside Lunawada town. The Gujarat high court ordered the human remains to be sent for DNA testing and analysis, to be carried out at the forensic laboratory at Red Hill, Hyderabad, under…

Hate Speeches by BJP/RSS/VHP/BD Functionaries

On February 28, 2002 Ahmedabad’s civil hospital (Sola Civil Hospital) received the bodies of the kar sevaks at 8 a.m. The venue became the scene for sharp and focussed anger that quickly progressed into the raising of hate-filled slogans. The VHP organised a religious ceremony where its Vice-President, Acharya Giriraj Kishore said that the day’s…

Hate Speech by Chief Minister of Gujarat

A number of attempts have been made by the Chief Minister and his coterie to distant him from the comment wherein he stated that “Every action has a reaction”. The CM claimed he never made the remarks nor did he give any interview to the correspondent that quoted the same. But a transcript of the…

Subservience of the Indian Police Service (IPS) association to the Gujarat Government

Subservience of the Indian Police Service (IPS) association The terror instilled in the minds of the Gujarat bureaucracy is evident in the fact that the IPS association’s Gujarat unit did not dare to convene a meeting until about three years after the genocide. A meeting of the IPS association’s Gujarat unit was finally convened in…

Targeted Economic Destruction of the Muslim Community

A Times of India report on Wednesday, 6, March, 2002 clearly outlines the extensive and systematic economic damage that was caused to the minority community. The Report states: “The communal disturbances that rocked the city for one week has caused heavy losses of around Rs 300 crore to the production and sale of fabrics manufactured…

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