Hindu rioters singled out Muslim shops and businesses
Many women suffered the worst forms of sexual violence, including gang-rape, says their report, "How has the Gujarat massacre affected minority women. The survivors speak", released on Tuesday.
The violence began when 58 passengers were killed when a train carrying Hindu activists was torched on 27 February. It led to one of the worst bouts of Hindu-Muslim violence in the state.
The official death toll in last month's riots has now risen to 778, although welfare groups put the figure at about 2000.
Most of the rape victims were burnt alive, Tuesday's report says.
The team - one of the first to visit Gujarat in the aftermath of the riots - says it found evidence of police complicity in perpetrating crime against women.
They allege that the police refused to file complaints by the victims.
The team also demanded the announcement of a special compensation package.
The panel also demanded that a special tribunal be set up to ensure justice for victims.
The report also said there was no evidence of any support from the state authorities in Gujarat to help women who had suffered attack.
In parliament on Tuesday, junior Home Minister ID Swamy said the Gujarat Government had taken a pro-active role in supporting relief camps run by non-government organisations and that essential commodities were being supplied.
Meanwhile, the Gujarat Government announced special security measures to ensure protection to nearly 200,000 students who will be taking exams from Thursday.
Gujarat's Education Minister Anandi Patel says special buses guarded by the police will be made available to help students travel in six riot-affected districts where exams have been postponed.
Sporadic violence in Gujarat's main city, Ahmedabad, has continued with another death in police firing during clashes between Hindus and Muslims late on Monday night.
At least 11 areas of Ahmedabad district are still under curfew.
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