Survivors of the Gulbarg society massacre, which took place in Ahmedabad during the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat, are apparently none too pleased with human rights activist Teesta Setalvad, who they say hasn't given them funds that she collected in their name.
A notice was sent to Setalvad's residence in Mumbai, and made public by the survivors yesterday, has brought out the dispute between those who are still living in Ahmedabad and the activist, who edits the magazine Communalism Combat.
The notice, signed by 12 survivors, stated that the residents had discovered through Right to Information applications that Setalvad had "collected huge donations from national and international organisations in the name of providing financial assistance for reconstruction of houses or developing the society into a museum", reported the Indian Express.
They said that despite collecting over Rs one crore through foreign and domestic donations to build a museum at the site of the massacre.
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Updated Date: Mar 01, 2013 14:52:07 IST