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.

12-Concocted Lies and Myths by the media

Myth 5: Gujarat police was anti-Muslim

Posted on May 22, 2008 - Filed Under 12-Concocted Lies and Myths by the media

Fact: Far from it, the police was slow to act on Muslim fanatics for fear of being called ‘anti-Muslim’ by the media as implied by the report of India Today dated 20th May 2002. As many as 170 people were shot dead by the police in Gujarat- i.e. killed in police firing as of 27 [...]

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Myth 7: Only Muslims were rendered homeless and suffered economically

Posted on May 22, 2008 - Filed Under 12-Concocted Lies and Myths by the media

Fact: The UPA Government, staunchly anti-BJP, anti-Sangh Parivar and anti-Narendra Modi said in a WRITTEN REPLY inside Parliment on 11 May 2005 that 790 Muslims and 254 Hindus were killed after Godhra. It mentioned 223 people missing at that time. At one point, 228 people were missing but later 101 of them were found alive [...]

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Myth 8: The Gujarat government was involved in the riots

Posted on May 22, 2008 - Filed Under 12-Concocted Lies and Myths by the media

 Fact: The full details of the role of the government in controlling violence can be seen by opening the link. Gujarat government of the BJP, headed by Narendra Modi was blind to the mushrooming of madrasas in the state. Not only that, the previous government headed by Keshubhai Patel too was equally blind to the [...]

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Myth 9: Gujarat riots were like the 1984 anti-Sikh riots

Posted on May 22, 2008 - Filed Under 12-Concocted Lies and Myths by the media

Fact: There was a contrast of day and night in these two riots. NDTV and company, and some stark liars deliberately misled the nation by equating the two riots. In May-June 2005, NDTV deliberately asked a question to its viewers in its programme “Khabron ki Khabar” (anchored by Vinod Dua): “Which of these issues are [...]

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Myth 10: Gujarat became a dangerous place to live in, in 2002

Posted on May 22, 2008 - Filed Under 12-Concocted Lies and Myths by the media

Fact: The opinion poll by the weekly India Today in its issue dated 25 November 2002 asked a question to its respondents- “Do you feel secure living in Gujarat today?” in which approximately 68 % people including around 56 % Muslims felt secure. While commenting on the entire poll, India Today reported, “Voters have rallied [...]

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Myth 12: The photo of Qutubuddin Ansari is genuine

Posted on May 22, 2008 - Filed Under 12-Concocted Lies and Myths by the media

Fact: This photo is reproduced here in this book on page 136. This photo has been used repeatedly to tarnish the name of BJP, VHP and the Bajrang Dal throughout India. The victim, Qutubuddin Ansari, is seen pleading for mercy to the rioters. Later he is shown in Kolkata, living happily on the help given [...]

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