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SEBASTIAN D'SOUZA/AFP Baseerbibi, with burns on her face, holds her nephew, llyas, at the Mehsana civil hospital on March 2, 2002. Baseerbibi's sister was among 29 Muslims who were slaughtered at the village of Shardarpur.

A protest petition filed by Zakia Jafri weaves together evidence, from contemporaneous phone and police control room records, pointing to the role of the powers that be in manipulating the Godhra incident to plan the violence against the Muslim community. By TEESTA SETALVAD


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Either the Godhra carnage or the violence after it, everybody know it is a political plot. but we must understand in the name of religion common masses suffer. if anybody is concerned please look at the affected families.
from:  Anuj Kumar Singh
Posted on: May 9, 2013 at 08:55 IST
Modinama 7 published today, together with documentary evidence, proves that everything said by Teesta S in this article is merely a fiction of her imagination.
from:  iloveindia
Posted on: May 4, 2013 at 21:39 IST
Untill development is inclusive, it has got no significance. And, more importantly, until justice is delivered to the victims of the Gujarat carnage, there is no meaning of development. We all know that even Hitler was very progressive and brought lot of development to the country, but he is known only for his barbarity. So will be Modi!
from:  M Naushad Ansari
Posted on: May 3, 2013 at 18:16 IST
Why is Teesta Setalvad not fighting against those muslims who killed hindus in gujatat 2002 riots??
from:  Power
Posted on: May 2, 2013 at 19:48 IST
Well Teesta Has been always Anti-Hindu!!! there is nothing new
from:  Power
Posted on: May 2, 2013 at 19:47 IST
Mayank, if you are not a 6 year old kid, who do you think is in a better and stronger position to force a witness to change statements? An incumbent and formidable CM or an NGO volunteer?
from:  Alok
Posted on: May 2, 2013 at 16:51 IST
Teesta Setalvad has received more reprimands. More will come since
several witnesses have changed statements and disowned the affidavits
prepared by you Madam.

If police doesn't properly take action, it does not mean that CM is
responsible. In many places police did excellent job and at some
places it missed out. I am not 6 years old kid or your blind supporter
to believe that over 17,000 Muslims were saved by handful of honest
police officers while 1000 died because Modi gave orders.
from:  Mayank Gupta
Posted on: May 1, 2013 at 19:40 IST
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