Sunday, 9 February 2014

TruthofGujarat lies, about 2002 riots- calls them a 'genocide'!


Actually what else can one expect from lawyers of terrorists’ families? It is not that families of suspected or actual terrorists do not have a right to appoint lawyers. But to see eminent people wholly defending terrorists despite knowing fully well that they were terrorists indeed, and trying to frame innocent people, waging war on the nation’s Intelligence officials is disgusting. Mukul Sinha is the lawyer of Sheikh Javed. 

Right since 2002- Mukul Sinha has always called the 2002 riots as ‘genocide’. Here in June 2002 he says: “Please don’t say this was a riot. It was a genocide, pure and simple”. 

Sadly for Mukul Sinha, it was exactly the opposite. Please don’t say this was genocide. It was a riot, pure and simple. By lying Mukul Sinha has violated 153-A (needless infuriating a community) and 499-500 of IPC (defamation). But the terrorists’ lawyer will always whitewash Muslim acts of murder. If he could go to the extent of denying the basic fact that a mob of fanatic Muslims, barbaric killers, roasted to death 59 innocents, including 25 women and 15 children in Godhra, then he will certainly lie and hide the fact that even after Godhra, Muslims were equally on the offensive and attacked and killed hundreds of Godhra and made 40,000 Hindus homeless and move to refugee camps in Gujarat.

The story of Muslims attacking and killing Hindus in Gujarat under Narendra Modi’s rule even after Godhra can be clearly understood by reading this.
The Hindu reported on 2nd  March, 2002:
   “But unlike Thursday (i.e. 28th  February) when one community was entirely at the receiving end, the minority backlash (on 1st   March) caused further worsening of the situation.
   Police presence had little impact on the two communities pelting stones at each other in Bapunagar, Gomtipur, Dariapur, Shahpur, Naroda (Muslim concentrated areas) and other areas from where incidents of firing had been reported. But there were no reports of casualty.  Pitched battle was continuing between the two communities late in the evening.
   The official sources said timely arrival of the police foiled a retaliatory attempt to break into a prominent temple in Jamalpur locality in the walled city.”