Links

Links to reports and further information on the events in Gujarat

Countercurrents.org Gujarat pages
Continuing coverage of the aftermath of the events in Gujarat

Final Solution: A film by Rakesh Sharma
Final Solution is a study of the politics of hate. Set in Gujarat during the period Feb – July 2003, the film graphically documents the changing face of right-wing politics in India. It specifically examines political tendencies reminiscient of the Nazi Germany of early/mid-1930s. Final Solution is anti-hate/ violence as “those who forget history are condemned to relive it”

The Monitoring Group
A charitable organisation providing assistance and support to victims of racial harassment, and domestic violence.

An Appeal for the Protection of Witnesses
An online petition appealing to the President of the Republic of India and the Prime Minister for the protection of witnesses in trials related to the Gujarat pogrom such as the Best Bakery case.

Best Bakery judgement [pdf]
Full text of the Supreme Court judgement of May 07 2004, refusing to modify its earlier judgement dated April 21 2004 comparing the Modi Govt to ‘Modern-day Neros’

Society under siege
A symposium on the breakdown of civil society in Gujarat

Concerned Citizens Tribunal – Gujarat 2002
An inquiry into the carnage in Gujarat

OnlineVolunteers.org International Initiative for Justice in Gujarat
An Interim Report, December 2002

All India Fact Finding Report on Genocide in Gujarat
Preliminary Report

Has Normality Returned? by Maja Daruwala
Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative Director’s speech at a conference in London on 15th August 2002 on Human Rights and Minorities

Foundation for Civil Liberties
Dedicated to Judicial Redressal

Council of Indian Muslims (UK)
A UK organisation of NRI Muslims

South Asia Solidarity Group
Campaigning organisation committed to strengthening movements for secularism, justice and genuine democracy, in both South Asia and Britain

OnlineVolunteers.org
Focusing on the aftermatch of the Gujarat carnage

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