If NaMo was blamed for post-Godhra riots, then who is responsible for Godhra?

Narendra Modi has never been exonerated by the Supreme Court of criminal culpability in post-Godhra riots. However, the anti-BJP and anti-hindu media constantly blames him. If they blame NaMo for the 2002 Godhra riots, then why don’t they constantly remind us of all the riots that took place under Congress Government?

Most of the victims in the below riots were members from the Hindu community, but the media doesn’t feel they need to remind us about these riots and will continue to blame anyone associated with BJP or that has relations with Hinduism.

To be fair, the media should remind us of the ruling governments in these riots and make sure that they do not stop until the Supreme Court of India has cleared them just as they did for NaMo.
(Following riots occurred in states, which were under the rule of either congress or communists)
[1] 1964 Communal riots in Rourkela & Jamshedpur – 2000 Killed
[2] 1947 Communal riots in Bengal – 5000 Killed
[3] August 1967 200 Killed – Communal riots in Ranchi
[4] 1969 – Communal riots in Ahmadabad – More than 512 Killed
[5] 1970 Bhiwandi communal riots in Maharashtra – Around 80 killed
[6] April 1979 Communal riots in Jamshedpur, West Bengal
[7] August 1980 – Moradabad Communal riots – Approx 2000 Killed
[8] May 1984 – Communal riots in Bhiwandi – 146 Killed, 611 injured
[9] Oct 1984 – Communal riots in Delhi more than 3000 Sikhs Killed
[10] April 1985 – Communal riots in Ahmedabad – 300 Killed
[11] July 1986 – Communal violence in Ahmedabad – 59 Killed
[12] Apr-May 1987 – Communal violence in Meerut, UP – 81 killed
[13] Feb 1983 – communal violence in Nallie, Assam – 2000 killed
[14] December 1992 – January 1993, Bombay Riots, Mumbai, 1125 Muslims,275 Hindus, 45 unknown and 5 others
[15] 1997 Sangrampora massacre, Jammu and Kashmir, 7 Hindus
[16] 1998 Wandhama massacre, Wandhama, Jammu and Kashmir, 23 Hindus
[17] 1998 Chapnari massacre, Chapnari, Jammu and Kashmir, 25 Hindus
[18] 1998 Chamba massacre, 3 August 1998 Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh, 35 Hindus
[19] 20 May 2000, Bagber massacre, Tripura, 45 non-tribal Hindus
[20] 2000 Amarnath pilgrimage massacre, Jammu and Kashmir, 30 (Hindu pilgrims)
[21] 2001 Kishtwar massacre, Jammu and Kashmir, 19 Hindus
[22] 2002 Qasim Nagar massacre, Jammu and Kashmir, 29 Hindu
[23] 2003 Nadimarg Massacre,  Jammu and Kashmir, 24 Hindus
[24] Marad massacre, 2 May 2003, Kerala, 8 Hindus and 1 Muslim
[25] 2012 riots in Uttarpradesh ~ 22 killed
[26] 2012 Assam riot ~ 77 killed
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