Genocide in Gujarat: the Sangh Parivar, Narendra Modi and the government of Gujarat

By Coalition Against Genocide, 2005

Documents the Modi government’s responsibility for the deaths of thousands of its citizens in instances of organised violence, large-scale displacement of minority populations, continuing denial of justice and the climate of terror that permeates civil society in Gujarat.

In Bad Faith: British charity and Hindu extremism

By Awaaz-South Asia Watch, 2004

Shows how UK-based branches of the RSS family of organisations masqueraded as charitable bodies in Britain, disguising their extremist and sectarian politics, and how money given in good faith in Britain ending up funding hatred in India.

The Foreign Exchange of Hate: IDRF and the American funding of Hindutva

Sabrang Communications, November 2002

Documents the links between the US-based India Development and Relief Fund (IDRF) and violent and sectarian Hindu supremacist organisations in India.

‘We have no orders to save you’: state participation and complicity in communal violence in Gujarat

By Human Rights Watch, April 2002

Documents police complicity in the attacks on Muslims in Gujarat in 2002, whether as passive observers, acting in concert with murderous mobs or participating directly in the burning and looting of Muslim shops and homes and the killing and mutilation of Muslims.

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