DG Vanzara, Ex-Gujarat ATS Chief whose significant portion of his life span spent into Jail under a political conspiracy plot of Fake encounters woven against him and his team who encountered the LeT terrorists Ishrat Jahan and Sohrabuddin Sheikh. He is out on bail.
He will be launching an NGO to “protect the human rights of the victims of terrorism.” Apart from him, former Gujarat DGP S S Khandwawala and former Maharashtra DGP K P Raghuvanshi will also join his NGO–Justice for Victims of Terrorism.
The NGO will fight for the rights of terror victims by providing them legal assistance through a team of legal experts, and offer them a platform to voice their opinions and concerns, he said, adding that the organization has been registered and would be formally launched here on October 9.
DG Vanzara will work as the General Secretary of the NGO, while Khandwawala will be the Chairman and Raghuvanshi the Vice Chairman. V D Gajjar, who is Vanzara’s lawyer in encounter cases, will be the Secretary.
DG Vanzara told to press “Terrorism is a global problem and India is also facing it. There are many NGOs in the country that are working to defend the human rights of terrorists. The rationale behind our NGO is to protect the human rights of victims of terrorism."
Further, he stated that there are many innocent people who have been victimized because of a terror strike. The aims of the NGO is that human rights of victims of terrorism should also be defended and they should also be provided with assistance. We will give them legal aid and take care of their welfare, and also provide them a platform to speak about their victimization,” he said.
Former IB Special Director Rajinder Kumar and Justice (retd) B J Sethna will be the chief guests of the inaugural function of the NGO’s launch, which will be presided over by Justice(retd) B C Patel, a member of National Human Rights Commission and former chief justice of Delhi and J&K high courts.