Javed Akhtar On Teesta Setalvad: Writer Javed Akhtar is often in the headlines for his statements. Whether it is only the government or the opposition, they have often put forth their impeccable opinion. Recently, Javed Akhtar has expressed his anger over the arrest of social worker Teesta Setalvad. He took a jibe at the Gujarat Police and said that even the ink of the verdict did not dry that he was arrested.
He said, ‘Efficiency is the name of Gujarat Police. The ink on the paper on which the verdict was written was not even dry and they reached Teesta’s house with a long list of charges against them. That too was written in the correct legal language. As if his sixth senses had told him long before the verdict was pronounced.
Efficiency thy name is Gujarat police. the ink had not dried on the paper on which the verdict was written n they were at Teesta’s house with a long list of charges in perfect legal language. As if their sixth sense had told them the verdict much before it was given.
— Javed Akhtar (@Javedakhtarjadu) June 27, 2022
Let us inform here that on June 25, Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) along with former police officer Sanjib Bhatt, and former police officer and AAP leader RB Sreekumar accused activist ‘Teesta Setalvad’ of giving false information about the 2002 Gujarat riots. was taken into custody. This update came after the Supreme Court rejected the claims of a major conspiracy by PM Narendra Modi in the Gujarat riots. Thereafter, Teesta Setalvad was filed as a petitioner accusing him of several serious charges including criminal conspiracy, cheating and presenting fake evidence in the court to implicate innocents in the 2002 Gujarat riots.
HM Amit Shah gave this statement
During an interview with ANI, Union Home Minister Amit Shah discussed his involvement in defaming officials and the government. He said, “Even the affidavits of the victims were signed by NGOs. This is how things were crafted. The name of Teesta Setalvad is in front of everyone. Everyone knows how soon after the arrest of Teesta Setalvad, her supporters started questioning the integrity of the law enforcement authorities and the judiciary. Setalvad is not just another activist who made a career out of the deadly 2002 riots.
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