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FINAL SOLUTION, documentary film, set up in Gujrat during February 2002 - July 2003, deals with the Gujrat riots, which shook the country. The film is a study of the politics of hate. It is divided into four parts. It depicts the planned Genocide vs the Muslims (minority community) and the aftermath of the carnage: Hindu-Muslim polarisation. It also tries to figure out the meaning of the emerging 'Hindutva'. The Terror Trail reconstructs through eyewitness accounts the attack on Gulbarg (Ahmedabad) and acts of barbaric violence vs Muslim girls at Eral and Delol/Kalol (Panchmahals) even as Chief Minister, Narendra Modi traverses the state on his Gaurav Yatra. The movie is so powerful, that it can literally destroy a political party. A gotta watch!
A no-nonsense, well-researched documentary containing footage the Indian media will never show. It does not exposition or proselytize, just shows the fact about what happened in Gujarat and its consequences.Even though the movie is banned in India, definitely test to receive keep of a copy especially if you are Indian. The documentary clearly shows the insidious methods used by the RSS, VHP, Bajrang Dal and BJP to spread their doctrine of hate and poison Hindu minds vs Muslims just for the purposes of getting votes. See what is being done in the name of Hinduism.
In February and March 2002, the Indian State of Gujarat witnessed horrific incidents of unparallelled violence that can only be described as Genocide. Over 2000 people, including British Citizens were slaughtered with more than 100,000 folks displaced in under-resourced refugee camps. Houses were systematically looted; businesses burnt down, hundreds of girls gang raped and many kids murdered.Substantial evidence suggests that the Gujarat State government, led by the actual Chief Minister Narendra Modi and the police orchestrated the violence and were responsible for the carnage. Yet, despite domestic and international public pressure, not a single prominent individual has been held to acc or brought to justice.Commentating on the violence in Gujarat, The US based Human Rights Watch states - "What happened in Gujarat was not a spontaneous uprising, it was a carefully orchestrated attack vs Muslims. The attacks were planned in advance and organised with extensive participation of the police and state government officials." The violence in 2002 followed a deteriorating trend of human rights abuses vs the Christian, Muslim and Dhalit minorities in Gujarat, this trend has continued since 2002. Indeed, in 2005, the Chief Minister of Gujarat was banned from visiting the US for his part in the Genocide and continued Human rights abuses in Gujarat, citing Modi to be in "in severe violation of religious freedoms".This movie is worth a million textbooks, because it shows first-hand what was event in Gujarat and draws some very relevant parallels with the Jewish experience in Nazi Germany.Never Again? Watch this movie and wake up....
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