Citizens for Justice and Peace

Gujarat Carnage 2002

Amir Rizvi

Have you seen my son: Rupa Behn Mody

Azhar Mody went missing in 2002 during the Gulberg Society massacre. Today 15 years later, in an exclusive interview to Citizens for Justice and Peace, Rupa Behn Mody, Azhar’s mother, shares how she still hopes he will return to her on his birthday on October 25.   “It’s my Azhu’s birthday on the 25th. He…

Modiphobia – Subversion of Bureaucracy

Further Details of Subversion The Policy of Punishment and Reward Subversion of Bureaucracy and Modiphobia The Modi Government in Gujarat has ensured the support and collaboration of bureaucrats and police personnel by the effective employment of carrot and stick policy; by penalizing those who defied illegal orders and adhered to the Indian Constitution and rewarding…

Gujarat Government Systematically Subverting the Prosecuting Agency

Subverting the Prosecuting Agency Systematically, the government of Gujarat subverted the prosecutions launched in the Gujarat Carnage 2002 cases by appointing Law Officers who were active card holding members of the Organisations Implicated in the Crimes (the RSS, VHP, BD and BJP) in stead of Lawyers with unimpeachable independence and integrity The Supreme Court severely…

Unjustly Punishing Law Abiding Officers

Punishing Law Abiding Officers Policy of Punishment to Honest Officers who acted in Accordance with the Law and the Indian Constitution and Rewarding those who did not aide by illegal and unconstitutional directives of the political leadership RB Sreekumar ADGP denied Promotion. This Officer was finally promoted following the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) upholding his…

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…

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…

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