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NCHRO organized a get -together in Kota, Rajasthan PDF Print E-mail
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 Dr Manisha Sethi in a Get together organised by NCHRO RajasthanKota 30 Dec. National Confederation of Human rights organizations (NCHRO) organized a Get -together in Kota, Rajasthan. In this get -together Eminent Human Rights activists expressed their deep concerns on Anti people laws like UAPA & AFSPA.

Dr. Manisha Sheti, Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi, demanded the repeal of these anti people laws. These kinds of laws are bringing lot of distress to the common people and misused by the Law enforcing forces, Dr. Sheti said. Ahmed Shoeb, General Secretary, Jamia Teachers Solidarity, also demanded the repeal of these anti people.Such kind of anti people laws should exist in a democratic country, he told.

NCHRO activist Ansarul Haque told that these acts like UAPA, is used to harass the minorities, especially Muslim. Eminent Human Rights activists like Dr Akhlaq, Adv Akhtar Akela, Muslim Khan and Nusrat Jahan, Mateen Ahmed, Amar Singh Rana were present in the programme

Advani And Modi - The Real Culprits Escaping The Law PDF Print E-mail

Asghar Ali Engineer

More than 100 innocent persons were arrested after burning of S-6 in Godhra on 27th February 2002 which in turn followed demolition of Babri Masjid on 6th December 1992. The man mainly responsible for the former was Mr. L.K.Advani who, to fulfill his ambition for power raised the slogan ‘mandir wahin banayenge’ and played with the religious sentiments of common Hindus and our secular state looked the other way. The man responsible for the later was Narendra Modi, who exploited burning of S-6 in Godhra to retain his power which otherwise he was sure to loose. And both these worthies of BJP brought utter shame to our secular tradition and secular philosophy.

Remembering Shahid Azmi, the Shaheed: Mahtab Alam PDF Print E-mail

Guest post by MAHTAB ALAM

altIt must have been around nine pm on 11th February last year. The nightfall and Delhi’s infamous wintry chill ensured that I stayed indoors at the mercy of closed walls and work for company. Sure enough, I was seated warmly in my setting of a cyber cafe of Jamia Nagar in Okhla. Okhla, an area I had migrated to as a 14 year boy from my hometown, to pursue my further education, like many other Muslim students from other parts of this country. As Basharat Peer has rightly observed, ‘India’s Muslims don’t move to Delhi; they move to Okhla’.

Rohingyas should not be treated in hostile way PDF Print E-mail

The Rohingya, ethnic minority of Arakan, Burma have been languishing in their ancestral Land, Arakan and in exile for decades since the military took power in 1962. They are being treated as foreigners. The history has shown their existence in Arakan before 8th century and now they are facing religious discrimination by their own government. The Muslim ethnic minority, generally known as the Rohingyas, who live in northern Rakhine State, western Myanmar, continue to suffer from several forms of restrictions and human rights violations. The Rohingyas' freedom of movement is severely restricted and the vast majority of them have effectively been denied Myanmar citizenship.

Naushad Kashimji, Shahid Azmi, Who Next? PDF Print E-mail

The serioShahid Azmius situation which Muslim community, particularly the young Muslim generation is confronting in India, was projected years ago, by the communal forces and since then they also have started to implement their longstanding plan. The fire which was ignited during the freedom struggle of the country, after the freedom by sprinkling the oil of the partition, the fire was further intensified to such an extent that all the methods adopted by the Muslim's to eliminate or minimize its heat went in vain.

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