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India: court convicts 24 in 2002 Gujarat pogrom | World War 4 Report


India: court convicts 24 in 2002 Gujarat pogrom | World War 4 Report: Accusations against Modi that he did not do enough to stop the rioting continue to haunt him to this day, although the prime minister denies any wrongdoing. As recently as September 2014, Modi was sued in the US courts on behalf of unnamed survivors of violence in India, who claimed that he failed to stop the 2002 riots. In January 2015, a judge for the US District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed the lawsuit, agreeing with the US State Department that Modi is entitled to immunity from lawsuits in US courts.

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