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Machiavellian Activism in Gujarat riots that jeopardized harmony and national security


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Machiavellian Activism in Gujarat riots that jeopardized harmony and national security

 

In India, since 2002 after Gujarat riots – which erupted after a handful of Muslim fanatics lighted fire to train bogeys carrying pilgrims from Ayodhya – there have been two personalities whose fate took a quick turn. One was coronated and the other was demonized. Most of that was the work of Indian media and blind "Secularists". It later turned out that the truth was not as it had been painted all this while.

Teesta Setalvad, an NGO activist and a rabid "Secularist" was suddenly coronated as a person who could do no wrong. Narendra Modi, on the other hand, was painted as the demon incarnate.

That Teesta had no sense of situation and sensitivity and was already party to this entire conspiracy was clear to someone with some sense from her reply to Washington Post. Right after the train burning carnage in Godhra, where men, old and young; women and children were burnt alive, she said nonchalantly that she condemns the gruesome attack but "you cannot pick up an incident in isolation. Let us not forget the provocation. These people were not going for a benign assembly. They were indulging in blatant and unlawful mobilization to build a temple and deliberately provoke the Muslims in India.".(February 28, 2002)

Read the whole article it will open your Eyes

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