Vol , Issue Date of Publication: July 01, 2002

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Gujarat carnage and the health services: a public health disaster

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It is estimated that over 2,000 adults and children have been killed in the Gujarat carnage since February 27, 2002. Over one lakh have been forced into relief camps, severely testing the medical community and health services. The state government failed in its duty to protect its people; numerous reports have documented the state's complicity in the bloodshed, and its reluctance to provide adequate relief to the affected.

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