Betrayal by Judiciary

SUPRIME COURT IN NEW DELHI ON MONDAY PICTURE BY PREM SINGH 19 APRIL 2010Famous cases where minorities in India were betrayed even by judiciary.

Case 1: Special trial court in Gujarat gave a verdict in the case of a Muslim man and a Member of Parliament Ehsan Jafri who was killed by right wing hindu mob during riots saying “Ehsan Jafris’s firing towards mob made the mob angry and then they killed Ehsan Jafri”.

Hence, Jafri himself is responsible for his death.

Case 2: Gujarat HC sentenced 11 people to death for Godhra train burning in 2002 saying “Godhra train burning caused rioting which resulted in death of more than 2000 people throughout Gujarat”.

Those 11 men were indirectly held responsible for even the murders done by right wing hindus.

Case 3: Orissa HC gave a verdict in Killing of Christian missionary Graham Staines’ case saying “Though Graham Staines and his 2 minor sons were burnt to death, the intention behind killing was to teach Graham a lesson for all his conversion activities”.

This gave right wing hindus free hand to kill missionaries and their family with no fear of incarceration.

Case 4: Bombay HC grants bail to the accused in killing of techie Mohsin Sheikh saying

“The deceased belong to another religion, and this is in favour of the accused, who were provoked in the name of religion and murdered victim”.

This means, even the existence of people from other religion is now a provocation and thus they can be killed.


I have highlighted only four cases for their deranged conclusions by judiciaries, but there are hundreds of cases where minorities lost faith in Indian judiciary system due to their biased, partial and sometimes nonsensical verdicts.

2 thoughts on “Betrayal by Judiciary

  1. Lenna says:


    Clever title and tagline..this blog is off to a nice start. Now some content, please!

    At least finish your about page, so we can learn about who’s slacking on this project. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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