Teesta Setalvad Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Indian writer and social equality advocate Teesta Setalvad. Investigate her significant other and little girl subtleties underneath.

She fills in as the secretary of Citizens for Justice and Peace, an association that battles for all Indians’ opportunity and established privileges.

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The Supreme Court decided that Teesta Setalvad, a lobbyist, involved solicitor Zakia Jafri’s affections for individual addition while keeping up with the SIT’s physician’s approval for PM Modi in Gujarat riots case.

Born 9 February 1962 (age 60)

Nationality Indian
Occupation Civil rights activist and journalist

The Supreme Court decided that co-solicitor and dissident Teesta Setalvad exploited candidate Zakia Jafri’s sentiments to help the Special Investigation Team’s choice to clear Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Gujarat riots case.


Teesta Setalvad Husband, Javed Anand and Daughter Tamara Setalvad Javed Anand, a previous writer, working for minority privileges, was hitched to Teesta Setalvad. A kid and a little girl are their two posterity.

On April 1, 2002, Setalvad and her better half established a NGO called “Residents for Justice and Peace (CJP)” with the assistance of others, including a Catholic cleric named Father Cedric Prakash, a writer named Anil Dharker, and entertainers Alyque Padamsee, Javed Akhtar, Vijay Tendulkar, and Rahul Bose.

The NGO promptly began suing the Gujarat State Chief Minister and organization in a few courts for their guaranteed contribution in the uproars that had quite recently started.

Find out about Teesta Setalvad Net Worth Teesta Setalvad’s total assets is still under survey. Nonetheless, her total assets is assessed to be in the large numbers.

In a March 2017 public talk at the Press Club, Teesta reviewed how, notwithstanding coming from a family with a solid legitimate custom, she adjusted her perspective on going into news-casting in the wake of perusing “Every one of the President’s Men,” a book her dad had bought her.


She then went to school, studied regulation for a considerable length of time, left school, and in 1983, in the wake of getting a four year college education in way of thinking from Bombay University, she started filling in as a writer.

She gave news inclusion to the Business India magazine, The Daily (India), and The Indian Express papers’ Mumbai versions. At the point when she canvassed the mobs in Bhiwandi in 1984, she had her most memorable involvement in racial savagery.


Teesta Setalvad Biography For quite a long time, Setalvad filled in as a standard columnist. Then, at that point, she and her better half passed on their standard work to send off the month to month diary Communalism Combat in 1993 in response to the Hindu-Muslim mobs in Mumbai.

Javed Anand, the fellow benefactor of Communalism Combat and Setalvad’s better half, guarantees that they decided to leave from customary news-casting and send off a magazine since it furnished them with a stage that permitted them to make a move in manners they in any case could never have.

The magazine’s last print run finished in November 2012. They then changed to the computerized circle by sending off a site, which has since become lethargic.

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