While Mitra did not explicitly compare the incident with Mamata Banerjee to the Godhra carnage, that he believes that the incident would 'lead to Godhra like riots' could mean only one thing.
How the 59 Karsevaks who were burnt alive were never the victims of violence for the 'liberals'
Swara Bhasker conveniently forgets Godhra massacre of Hindus, shares Muslim man’s image to say ‘never forget’ what followed
Besides whitewashing Islamist violence of Godhra Train Burning incident, actor Swara Bhasker has also vigorously defended Umar Khalid, the prime accused of the anti-Hindu Delhi riots
Gujarat 2002: Never forget the carnage and how the media and andolanjeevis perpetuated the ‘Dara Hua Musalman’ bogey
Never forget that the 'liberals' propagated 'Dara Hua Musalman' narrative while piggybacking on the dead bodies of 59 Hindus killed by Muslim mob.
After Muslim mob set a train on fire in Godhra in 2002, did Hindu mob rape a Muslim woman, slit her stomach and flung...
While Kauser’s death was unfortunate, the lies surrounding it only fanned the bitterness in an already embittered environment.
Rafiq Hussain Bhatuk, prime accused in the Godhra train massacre, arrested 19 years after the incident
Bhatuk was part of the core group of the accused who hatched the conspiracy that saw 59 karsevaks burned alive inside a coach of the Sabarmati Express in 2002.
The relatives of the victims and those who survived the blaze in Godhra claim that their sacrifice have finally borne fruits
“Dalits gang-raped and killed Muslims in 2002”: Ex-Indian Express journalist hates on Dalits, says ‘Muslims owe them nothing’
Former Indian Express journalist and rabid Islamist Irena Akbar today took to Twitter to spew venom and hate on Dalits.
Rana Ayyub sensationalises Muzaffarnagar anti-CAA riots, alleges RSS members of attacking Muslims, UP Police calls her bluff
Earlier today, Ayyub, in her inimitable style had tweeted that she is getting 'heartbreaking calls from Muzaffarnagar and Kanpur.
Sanjiv Bhatt lied, told an imaginary ‘story’ about meeting the then Gujarat CM Modi, says Nanavati-Mehta Commission report
The report concluded that the former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt had lied and made up stories of him attending a meeting at the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi's residence on February 27, 2002.