Tag Archives: Maya Kodnani

Acquittals in Mecca Masjid blast and Naroda Patia massacre a travesty of justice say Indian Americans

‘Justice should be d’Justice should be delivered to the victim families so that their faith in judiciary is restored’ Washington D.C Sunday, April 22, 2018 The Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC), an advocacy group dedicated to safeguarding India’s pluralist and tolerant ethos has strongly condemned the acquittal of accused in 2007 Mecca Masjid attack and …

IAMC Weekly News Roundup – May 11th, 2015

In this issue of IAMC News Roundup News Headlines Gujarat judge Jyotsana who convicted Kodnani, Babu Bajrangi gets 22 threat letters Media became Modi’s cheerleaders instead of analysing his politics: Rajdeep Sardesai BJP, RSS trying to replace India’s secular traditions with “neo-fascist” system: Left A Muslim ‘terror accused’ tells his account of frame-up and torture Stop …

IAMC Weekly News Roundup – August 18th, 2014

In this issue of IAMC News Roundup Announcements India’s 68th Independence Day – A time to renew communal harmony and safeguard secularism Communal Harmony On 68th independence Day IAMC urges to renew communal harmony and safeguard secularism Muzaffarnagar organizes marathon to spread communal harmony News Headlines Petition seeks stay on Modi election from Varanasi ‘Since Narendra …

Mukul Sinha’s demise a loss for justice and accountability say Indian Americans

Renowned activist will always be remembered for his tireless struggle to bring to justice the perpetrators of the Gujarat pogroms and fake encounter killings. May 14, 2014 Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC – www.iamc.com), an advocacy group dedicated to safeguarding India’s pluralist and tolerant ethos, has expressed grief and a profound sense of loss over the …

Gujarat pogrom commemorated by Indian Americans

Justice for Gujarat victims is pivotal in the struggle to save India’s secular tradition Friday, February 28, 2014 The Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC – www.iamc.com), an advocacy group dedicated to safeguarding India’s pluralist and tolerant ethos, joined human rights activists, survivors and people of conscience across the world in commemorating the Gujarat pogrom of 2002 …