Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Modi is a criminal: Sanjiv Bhatt



Sanjiv Bhatt is out of Modi's jail.He is back to haunt Modi more strongly than ever before.

Without a single minute of rest he is back on TV channels giving interview after interview,making BJP spokespersons and pro-Modi TV anchors speech less.

He said that Modi is a criminal and should be brought to justice.




See video of another of his interview

A month ago when Modi with the help of some friendly media people tried to propagate that Supreme Court has given a clean chit to him,Sanjiv Bhatt promptly wrote an open letter to him clarifying the fact. Let me end this post with the full text of that open letter.

Dear Shri. Modi,


I am glad you chose to write an open letter to the 'Six crore Gujaratis'. This has not only afforded me a window to your mind but has also given me an opportunity to write to you through the same medium.

My dear brother, it seems you have completely misconstrued the judgement and order passed by the Honourable Supreme Court of India in Criminal Appeal No. 1765 of 2011 arising out of S.L.P. (CRL.) No. 1088 of 2008 viz. Jakia Nasim Ahesan & Anr. Versus State of Gujarat & Ors.

It is very likely that your chosen advisors have once again misled you and have in turn, made you mislead the 'Six crore Gujaratis' who look up to you as their elected leader.

Let me as a younger brother-Gujarati, help you decipher the Judgement and Order that has led to unequivocal gloating and jubilatory celebrations among some sections of the political spectrum. It has been stated in your letter that "One thing is apparent from the Supreme Court's judgment. The unhealthy environment created by the unfounded and false allegations made against me and Government of Gujarat, after 2002 riots, has come to an end". Let me clarify that even by a long shot, the order of the Honourable Supreme Court has nowhere, even remotely, suggested that the allegations contained in the complaint filed by Mrs. Jakia Jafri were unfounded or false. The truth is that the order of the Honourable Supreme Court is in fact, a very major leap in the direction of delivering justice to the hapless victims of the Gujarat pogrom. As you are well aware, Mrs. Jafri had approached the Honorable Gujarat High Court with a prayer for registering her complaint as an FIR. The said petition was disallowed by the Honourable High Court of Gujarat. Mrs. Jafri, therefore, approached the Honourable Supreme Court of India by way of a Special Leave Petition against the order of the High Court. The Honourable Supreme Court directed the SIT to look into her complaint and subsequently also directed the learned Amicus to examine the evidence collected by the SIT. At the end of this long and arduous exercise the Honourable Supreme Court has not only allowed the Appeal of Mrs. Jafri and directed the SIT to virtually treat the complaint of Mrs. Jafrri as an FIR, but has also directed the SIT to file a report under section 173(2) of the Cr.P.C. Let me clarify for your benefit and for the benefit of your Six crore brothers and sisters of Gujarat, that this report under section 173(2) of the Cr.P.C. is colloquially known as Charge-Sheet or Final Report. The honourable Supreme Court of India has also directed the SIT to place all the evidence collected by it, including the reports of the learned Amicus before the magistrate empowered to take cognizance. I am sure you will appreciate that in order to let the law of the land take its due course, this was the best option available to the Honourable Supreme Court as per the scheme of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

What the Honourable Supreme Court of India has given to Mrs. Jafri is much more than what she had originally prayed for. The order over which some of us are gloating in feigned glee, is in fact, a very cleverly worded order that takes the perpetrators and facilitators of the 2002 carnage a few leaps closer to their day of reckoning. The false bravado comes across as a very smart attempt to mislead the gullible people of Gujarat and instil a false sense of confidence in the political rank and file. Please be assured that we will see a very different picture as the actual import of the order starts settling in and takes judicial effect.

As one of the 'Six Crore Gujaratis', I feel deeply pained and cheated when the likes of you, consciously or inadvertently, mislead the people of Gujarat for ulterior motives. The theory propounded and practised to perfection by Paul Joseph Goebbels, one of Adolf Hitler's closest associate and Reich Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany, can definitely work with the majority of the populace for some time.

But all of us know from historical experience that Goebbelsian Propaganda cannot fool all the people for all the time.

I fully endorse your realization that "Hate is never conquered by hate." Who would know this betterthan you, who has served this State for the last one decade; and I, who has served in the Indian Police Service for the last 23 years. I had the misfortune of serving with you during those days of 2002 when the dance of hatred was choreographed and perpetrated at different venues in Gujarat. Albeit this is not the appropriate forum for me to discuss and reveal the details of our respective roles, I am sure that both of us will be getting ample opportunities before appropriately empowered fora to disclose our knowledge about the dynamics of hatred in the realpolitik of Gujarat. I hope you and your cronies, within and without the Government, will not hate me more for this.

But let me warn you that genuine heartfelt goodwill is something we cannot demand, buy or extort...we can only strive to deserve it. And it is not going to be an easy task. The land of the Mahatma is slowly but surely coming out of its hypnotic state.

As the most powerful person in Gujarat you may think that you do not need to feel accountable to the perceptions of all sections of the community. But believe me, history has proved time and again, that power without genuine goodwill is a path fraught with dangers...it is also a path of no return.

Samabhava is a condition precedent for Sadbhava. Governance by equity and goodwill should not only be the first article of your faith but should also be the last article of your creed.

The truth is more frequently than not, a little bitter and not very easy to swallow. I hope that you will take this letter in the true spirit in which it is written and you or your agents will not indulge in direct or indirect acts of retribution as is your wont.

In the words of Martin Luther King Jr. - Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. The spirit of the hapless victims who have been struggling for justice in Gujarat may occasionally flag but it will not be supressed by any amount of false Goebbelsian propaganda. The struggle for justice is never easy anywhere in the world...it calls for everlasting patience and unfailing perseverance at all times.
The spirit of the crusaders for truth and justice in Gujarat is epitomised in this poem by
Bhuchung Sonam, an alumnus of M.S. University, Baroda.

I have principle and no power
You have power and no principle


You being you
And I being I

Compromise is out of the question
So let the battle begin...
I have truth and no force
You have force and no truth


You being you
And I being I

Compromise is out of the question
So let the battle begin...



You may club my skull
I will fight



You may crush my bones
I will fight


You may bury me alive
I will fight


With truth running through me
I will fight


With every ounce of my strength
I will fight


With my last dying breath
I will fight...


I will fight till the
Castle that you built with your lies


Comes tumbling down
Till the devil you worshipped with your lies Kneels down before my angel of truth.


May the kind God give you the requisite strength to be equitable and benevolent towards one and all!


Satyamev Jayate!


With best wishes.

Yours sincerely,

Sanjiv Bhatt



7 comments:

  1. Big Salute to the Brave Police Officer...

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  2. yet another pro sanjiv bhat post.
    hw do yu know mr charakan,only sanjiv bhat s telling the truth?

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  3. Asif,welcome here. Yes he is fighting hard for justice

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  4. Niki,
    It not just Bhatt versus Modi. A large number of un corrupted officers including IPS Officers Sreekumar,Satish Varma and Rahul Sharma are fighting the fascist Modi regime in Gujarat.
    See here
    http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-10-08/ahmedabad/30257987_1_iit-kanpur-iit-graduates-iit-bombay

    For a logical mind it is easy to understand who is telling the truth,these IPS officers or a power hungry Politician and his stooges.

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  5. In another interview he was asked what his relationship with Modi was and he said, "That of a police officer and a common criminal." Hats off to this courageous officer. He also explained something I wasn't aware of, that he did not suddenly decide to speak up, that the Gujrat government was spreading misinformation about this too.

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  6. Hi,

    I am sorry i beg to differ. If Sanjiv Bhatt had so much concern and integrity why did he wait 7 years before coming forward with the truth? There has been a lot of reports on his conduct and unprofessionalism. It is not against Sanjiv that the media/govtof Gujarat has spread false propoganda but instead against Modi.

    This is my view which has grown stronger over time by reading between the lines of media reports...I welcome you to atleast consider it!!!!!!

    I believe Modi is the best thing that can happen to India. He is efficient and un corruptable. If there is hope for India I put it in Modi!!!!

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/67578683/A-note-on-the-cases-and-conduct-of-Sanjiv-Bhatt

    Would like to share the following links so that u can check it out for yourselves

    http://www.deeshaa.org/2011/10/23/narendra-modi-scares-some-people/

    http://www.deeshaa.org/2011/10/23/modi-will-rescue-india-from-its-enemies/

    http://www.mediacrooks.com/2011/10/sanjiv-bhatt-needs-bonfire-candles-not.html

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  7. Anjana, Welcome here.
    Sanjiv Bhatt was not asked about his presence in Modi's meeting held on the eve of the riots till 2009. If he had came out with this without asking you will have labelled him as being vindictive against Modi. The very fact that he did not go around the town talking till he was asked shows he is very genuine witness.Till 2010 Sanjiv Bhatt's integrity was never questioned by Modi's Govt.Only when he started testifying uncomfortable truths, Modi Govt started going back in time to frame him with some thing.
    Modi is the worst thing ever that happened to Gujarat. He is a shame to Indian Democracy and secularism.
    Please do not flood me with Sanghi web site links. I have many other sources for unbiased information.

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