Case study on gujarat riots
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AHMEDABAD Reuters -More than , people were evacuated from their homes in the Indian state of Gujarat and authorities shut ports and major airports as the most powerful cyclone in more than two decades made landfall in the state late on Monday. Rain intensified and several incidents of power outages were reported in the state. Electricity pylons and trees were uprooted and buildings were damaged in coastal areas of Gujarat, state authorities said. With the worst of the storm expected to last for several hours after it slammed into the state's coast, it piles more pressure on Indian authorities already struggling with a huge caseload of COVID infections. The cyclone has already killed at least 16 people and left a trail of destruction as it brushed past the coastal states of Kerala, Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra, the authorities said.
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2002 Gujarat riots
One thing was distinctly rotten about Gujarat riots: use of rape as a form of terror
The investigating agency has evidently been found to be on the wrong side of law. This Court has found in several cases of riots in the entire length and breadth of police stations in North-East Delhi that there was complete lack of supervision of the investigation s by the senior police officers of the District. All is not over yet. If the senior officers now look into the matter s and take remedial measures required in the matter s , so that justice could be given to the victims.
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1969 Gujarat riots
The accused, who was initially absconding, was later arrested from Sambhal, Uttar Pradesh on March 30, C of the Dayalpur area. The post-mortem report of the deceased said there were 51 injuries caused by sharp-edged weapons and blunt force on his body.
After the conflict, a curfew was imposed in the state and army troops were called in to contain further violence. The communal violence at Naroda was deemed "the largest single case of mass murder" during the Gujarat riots; it accounted for the greatest number of deaths during a single event. Survivors faced socio-economic problems; many were left homeless, orphaned and injured. A number of shrines were destroyed and many schools were adversely affected, cancelled exams or closed entirely. The surviving victims were given shelter in relief camps provided by both the state and central government, and efforts were begun to restore destroyed properties and shrines.