Gujarat Riots: The True Story

The Truth of the 2002 riots

The Godhra Carnage

Difference between Godhra and other tragic incidents

Several people- unable to understand the sufferings of the Hindu society- have asked- “Why did riots occur only after Godhra? Why was nobody targeted after the Akshardham temple attack- or after the attacks on Mumbai on 26 November 2008?” Well- the answers are many.

About Us

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We are the well-wishers of humanity. And our only aim is to bring out the TRUTH, THE WHOLE TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH-however disagreeable it may be. Learn the TRUTH of the Gujarat riots of 2002 by reading this site.

After persistent demands from readers, we have finally given in to their wishes and opened a twitter account in March 2012. You can follow us on twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/Gujaratriotscom

After numerous requests from readers, we have opened a facebook page as well, on 17 Feb 2014. You can ‘like’ our facebook page here:

https://www.facebook.com/gujaratriots2002?hc_location=timeline

The author is a now- 25 year old man who ran the site single-handedly from 2008 when he was 19 years old to 2011 with the help of someone in US who got the domain registered for him. He wrote the book when he was 18 years old in 2007 and for 1 year tried to convince anyone who would listen that a website is needed to bring out the truth of the 2002 riots. It all went on deaf ears, and it is only by the efforts of an individual volunteer that we got the site registered in May 2008.

In Aug 2011 he got the help of a social media activist who was also a not-too-old youngster. In 2012 they revamped it with help of some individuals- the design was changed and hence the site was down for a few months. But the only thing changed was the design-the content was absolutely the same before and after the revamp.

But even today the entire site is run by the author almost single-handedly. It has absolutely nothing to do with any other individual, group, or organisation. The author is keen to have the website and the book available in Hindi, along with English. We welcome all those willing to translate the website and / or the whole book in Hindi or any regional Indian language. The book was written in May 2007 but has not yet been published.

THE STORY OF WWW.GUJARATRIOTS.COM

   The author was young when he started penning the book. In 2007 at the age of 18 he finished it, and urged many people to make a site on the issue of the 2002 riots. All his suggestions did not meet with any concrete action for more than 1 year. Then, just as he was about to give up, in May 2008 he read a report on the creation of a new website in some paper. He visited that website, and out of curiosity thought of contacting the people with a suggestion to make a site on the 2002 Gujarat riots. His first mail with a mere suggestion was quickly responded to, and in full agreement. The respondents and the author were in different continents, had no personal acquaintance at all, and yet gave a positive response. The author then sent them his book on email, which they liked and got the site www.gujaratriots.com registered in May 2008. From 22 May 2008, it is on. Since then, it was once revamped in 2012 with the help of some volunteers. It has been growing strong and hopes to one day bring out the truth in front of the whole world.

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  1. 139
    Abdul Malik Says:

    I solely feel that this entire issue was a political gimmick nothing more.If you ask a common muslim or a common hindu, he would never do it unless they have been provoked.The karsevaks may not have provoked the muslims for the godhra massacre but still this doesn’t justify Hindus entering into muslim homes and murdering and raping Muslim women. The main point here is that the karsevaks were innocent but just because of some muslims’ mistake you cannot kill 2000 other muslims.”You cannot do justice by murdering someone else”.If the government then would have taken steps to ensure Hindus that the persons responsible for godhra massacre would be punished then nothing of this would have happened.But instead they provoked hindus.The culprits are not Hindus and Muslims but these bloody politicians…

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    EC guidelines on social media: Welcome move, but not enough - Tech2 Says:

    [...] there are many websites that are pro and anti-Modi. One in particular which defends Modi is called Godhra Riots the True Story and seeks to tell what it claims is the true tale behind the Godhra riots. When you type Godhra [...]

  3. 137
    Tejpal INDIA Says:

    Wonderful effort and bless you for your zeal at such a young age in search of “TRUTH”. Keep it up. Did I miss your name?

  4. 136
    sam INDIA Says:

    Wow that is very informative. Now you can justify Hitler and Mussolini

  5. 135
    admin AUSTRALIA Says:

    Modi Runs GujaratRiots.com through his IT Team: http://www.truthofgujarat.com/modi-uses-team-run-website-justifies-gujarat-riots-gujaratriots-com/modirunsgujaratriotscutup/

    This is not true and has been answered here http://truthofgujarat-lies.blogspot.in/2014/02/truthofgujarat-lawyers-of-terrorists.html and here http://truthofgujarat-lies.blogspot.in/2014/02/truthofgujarat-lies-that.html

  6. 134
    Muhammad INDIA Says:

    Modi Runs GujaratRiots.com through his IT Team:
    http://www.truthofgujarat.com/modi-uses-team-run-website-justifies-gujarat-riots-gujaratriots-com/modirunsgujaratriotscutup/

  7. 133
    Lalit Deshpande INDIA Says:

    Thank you for this website. Really informative.

  8. 132
    Ashish INDIA Says:

    Since its inception, we have always associated the Gujarat riots with only the Godhra massacre to be the prime reason. But that is not the whole truth. Who incited the 31 muslim youths to torch the train. I want to know about the first cause of the riot.

  9. 131
    Mrs.Rashmi INDIA Says:

    I would like to translate.Seems a good work .

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