In pictures: Gulberg society post-2002 Gujarat riots

Updated On Jun 02, 2016 01:14 PM IST 6 Photos
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The Gulberg Society in Ahmedabad was the scene of a massacre in which 69 people, including former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, were killed in the communal frenzy that swept Gujarat in 2002. (Manoj Patil / HT PHOTO)

The Gulberg Society in Ahmedabad was the scene of a massacre in which 69 people, including former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, were killed in the communal frenzy that swept Gujarat in 2002. (Manoj Patil / HT PHOTO)

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66 people were chargesheeted in the case including Bipin Patel, a sitting BJP corporator. On June 2, 2016, a special city court found 24 accused guilty and acquitted 36 in the case. 11 have been convicted for murder and 13 for others crimes. (Manoj Patil / HT Photo )

66 people were chargesheeted in the case including Bipin Patel, a sitting BJP corporator. On June 2, 2016, a special city court found 24 accused guilty and acquitted 36 in the case. 11 have been convicted for murder and 13 for others crimes. (Manoj Patil / HT Photo )

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Zakia Jafri, wife of Ehsan Jafri, submitted a complaint in June 2006, alleging the police did not register FIRs against Narendra Modi, the then chief minister of the Gujarat and 62 others, including senior ministers. (PTI)

Zakia Jafri, wife of Ehsan Jafri, submitted a complaint in June 2006, alleging the police did not register FIRs against Narendra Modi, the then chief minister of the Gujarat and 62 others, including senior ministers. (PTI)

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A mob carrying weapons allegedly attacked the predominantly Muslim cluster on February 28, 2002, a day after a coach of the Sabarmati Express was burnt down in nearby Godhra, killing 59 people returning from Ayodhya. (Manoj Patil / ht photo )

A mob carrying weapons allegedly attacked the predominantly Muslim cluster on February 28, 2002, a day after a coach of the Sabarmati Express was burnt down in nearby Godhra, killing 59 people returning from Ayodhya. (Manoj Patil / ht photo )

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The Gulberg society was once a lively locality of 19 bungalows and ten flats housing upper middle class business families, located in a predominantly Hindu area in Ahmedabad. The trial in the case had ended in September 2015. The Supreme Court had allowed the special investigation team (SIT) court to give its judgment, setting a May 31 deadline. (PTI)

The Gulberg society was once a lively locality of 19 bungalows and ten flats housing upper middle class business families, located in a predominantly Hindu area in Ahmedabad. The trial in the case had ended in September 2015. The Supreme Court had allowed the special investigation team (SIT) court to give its judgment, setting a May 31 deadline. (PTI)

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Qasambhai Allahnoor Mansoori lost 19 members of his family in the Gulberg Society massacre. He continues to live in his house in Gulberg while other surviving members of his family have moved out to other parts of Ahmedabad. (Manoj Patil / ht photo )

Qasambhai Allahnoor Mansoori lost 19 members of his family in the Gulberg Society massacre. He continues to live in his house in Gulberg while other surviving members of his family have moved out to other parts of Ahmedabad. (Manoj Patil / ht photo )

Updated on Jun 02, 2016 01:14 PM IST
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