Topic: Gujarat genocide
The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to constitute a special bench to hear the pleas challenging the Gujarat government’s order for the premature release...
“India I went to was love. India I left was full of hate,” says British Muslim who survived Gujarat genocide
Imran Dawood also spoke sharply against the Modi government in his reflections on the genocide, “The India I went to was love and happiness. The India I left was full of hate and disappointment,” he said.
Clear parallels between Nazi and Modi regime, says Dr. Jason Stanley, author of “ How Fascism Works”
India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) under Prime Minister Narendra Modi mimics the Nazi playbook, says Yale University professor and prominent scholar on fascism Dr. Jason Stanley.
Astonishingly, the BBC documentary is silent about counterterrorism accompanied by Islamophobia.
Amid the Opposition criticism against the Narendra Modi government over the BBC documentary on Narendra Modi’s role in Gujarat Muslim genocide 2002, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said Tuesday the PM had been subjected to such allegations since 2002 and had come out shining and more popular.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the CBI and the Gujarat government as to why they want to send human rights activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband Javed Anand back in jail after they have been out for over seven years on anticipatory bail.