Manoj Mitta, author of The Fiction of Fact-finding: Modi and Godhra, and Siddharth Varadarajan discuss the Gujarat 2002 riots and Amit Shah’s testimony.
“Maya Kodnani was not present in Naroda Gam, she was inside the state assembly at 8:30 am. From 9:30 am to 9:45 am I was at the Civil Hospital and I met Maya Kodnani there.”
Kodnani says she was with Shah when the riots took place, so he is crucial to proving her alibi.
In conversation with Manoj Mitta about the Gulberg society massacre verdict, the SIT’s probe into the Gujarat riot cases, the role of the Gujarat police and political administration.
Founding editor of The Wire, Siddharth Varadarajan, discusses the Gulberg Society massacre verdict and its implications.
An excerpt from Rana Ayyub’s ‘Gujarat Files: The Anatomy of a Cover-Up’
Himanshu Trivedi says he preferred to resign rather than follow instructions to act against the state’s Muslims
Earlier, Kodnani’s advocate Nirupam Nanavati told the court that her appeal against the conviction should be given priority
GANDHINAGAR: Irony has many faces. That a former woman judge, a standardbearer of justice, should fear for her life and that of her family in a state ruled by a woman Chief Minister, is one of them. The former judge, Jyotsna Yagnik, who convicted 32 people – including Maya […]