Survivors of India’s bloody Hindu-Muslim riots in 2002 have still been leading a wretched life, thanks to the lackadaisical attitude of the government in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s wealthy home state of Gujarat.
The displaced families live in sub-human conditions in tumbledown dwellings in stinking surroundings. (Supplied)
Gagan Sethi’s Jan Vikas has been taking up the cudgels for the riot-hit since 2002. (Supplied)
The 17,000 riot-affected people in relief colonies are living on a wing and a prayer. (Supplied)
Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia is critical of ruling party’s duty toward the riot-hit. (Supplied)