19 Jan|Mon|6PM|The Fiction of Fact Finding

 ALF will host a Talk by Manoj Mitta on his book on the Gujarat 2002 carnage titled “The Fiction of Fact Finding: Modi & Godhra”

Monday, the 19th of January, at 6.30 PM

The book sifts through the wealth of official material to contend that the fact-finding around the incident – riddled as it was with ambiguities and deceptions, gaps and contradictions – glossed over crucial pieces of evidence and thereby shielded the powers that be.

About the speaker

A law graduate from Hyderabad, Manoj Mitta is a senior editor with The Times of India, writing on legal, human rights and public policy issues. He worked earlier with The Indian Express and India Today. He is a patron of ‘Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Judicial Reforms’, a civil society watchdog, and is on the advisory board of Amnesty International India and governing body of Foundation for Media Professionals. Mitta co-authored When a Tree Shook Delhi: The 1984 Carnage and its Aftermath, a critically acclaimed book published in 2007.