Bilkis Bano was 21 years old and several months pregnant when she was gangraped while fleeing the 2002 Gujarat riots. She saw her family members, including her three-year-old daughter, being killed. And in August this year, the 11 men who subjected her to the brutality were released by the Gujarat government under its remission policy.

But Bilkis Bano has decided to once again fight for justice and has moved the Supreme Court against the premature release of 11 convicts- Radheshyam Shah, Jaswant Chaturbhai Nai,

Keshubhai Vadaniya, Bakabhai Vadaniya, Rajibhai Soni, Rameshbhai Chauhan, Shaileshbhai Bhatt, Bipin Chandra Joshi, Govindbhai Nai, Mitesh Bhatt, Pradip Modhiya.

Talking about her decision to move the Supreme Court challenging the early release of 11 convicts, Bilkis Bano said, "I will stand and fight again, against what is wrong and for what is right.”

She said that the Gujarat government’s decision to grant early release to 11 convicts on August 15 this year has "shaken the conscience of society".
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