We cannot afford to forget the horror | Gujarat 2002 – 2022 Rupa Behn Mody In conversation with Naseeruddin Shah and Teesta Setalvad

15, Mar 2022 | CJP Team

The trauma caused by the violence of the Gujarat Genocide did not end with the end of the rioting.
Just like Rupa Behn Mody, who continues to look for her son, Azhar, 20 years later, who was lost in the midst of the violence, numerous others have been fighting for justice while being left scarred for life.
‘Gujarat 2002 – 2022 Memories of Struggle’, organized by CJP, to honor the memory of the innocents killed in the anti-Muslim Gujarat genocide of 2002, was also an evening to honor those who survived, and continue seeking justice, 20 years later.
Watch this poignant and very important conversation between human rights defender Rupa Behn Mody, prolific actor Naseeruddin Shah and CJP secretary Teesta Setalvad.

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