Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Topic: Shweta Bhatt

Little did I know that in Modi’s India, pursuing justice is a criminal offence: Shweta Sanjiv Bhatt

"Little did I know that in Modi's India, pursuing justice is a criminal offence," said Shweta Sanjiv Bhatt, wife of jailed whistleblower Sanjiv Bhatt. She made this statement a day after the Supreme Court imposed a fine of ₹3 lakh on Sanjiv Bhatt for repeatedly filing petitions with the top court.

On 20th anniversary of Gujarat genocide, Shweta Sanjiv Bhatt writes:

As we near 20 years of the Gujarat genocide, I cannot help but look back at the years gone by, years dedicated by Sanjiv and a few other brave souls in fighting this totalitarian regime, tooth and nail.

Sanjiv is facing punishment for a crime he did not commit: Shweta Bhatt

Hours after a court in Gujarat sentenced sacked IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt to life imprisonment in a custodial death case dating back to 1990, on Thursday, 20 June, his wife Shweta Bhatt said that he is facing punishment for a “crime he did not commit.”