India: The state must ensure redress for the victims. A memorandum to the Government of Gujarat on its duties in the aftermath of the violence
At least 700 people have been killed in the Indian state of Gujarat since 28 February 2002. Amnesty International believes that two areas of concern need to be urgently addressed by the government authorities, namely the need to deliver justice to the victims and the protection of the rights of the people displaced by the violence throughout the state.
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