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#India-Journalists report the police version of crime: Seema Azad

|October 21, 2012 Do journalists question enough, asks Seema Azad, ‘Dastak’ editor who was charged under the UAPA in this interview with SHOBHA S V [Courtesy: THE HOOT] Seema Azad 37-year old Seema Azad’s calm demeanour belies the trauma that she’s… Continue Reading →

PUCL on conviction of Seema Azad and her husband by an Allahabad Court

PEOPLE’S UNION FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES Founder: Jayaprakash Narayan 270-A Patparganj, Opposite Anandlok Apartments, Mayur Vihar– Phase I, Delhi 110091 12th  June, 2012 Press Release           On the Conviction of Seema Azad and her husband by an Allahabad… Continue Reading →

Verdict on Seema Azad and Vishwa Vijay: A pattern of judicial connivance to arbitrariness of the state in dealing with dissent

COMMITTEE FOR THE RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS 185/3, FOURTH FLOOR, ZAKIR NAGAR, NEW DELHI-110025 The singer was singing And they question him Why do you sing? He answers them as they seize him Because I sing And they have searched… Continue Reading →

Seema Azad Verdict: Another Attempt to Silence the Critical Democratic Voice

PEOPLE’S UNION FOR DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS Press Statement 10th June 2012 Seema Azad Verdict: Another Attempt to Silence the Critical Democratic Voice PUDR strongly condemns the verdict of a lower Court in Allahabad awarding life sentence to Civil Rights activist Seema… Continue Reading →

Seema Azad Yearns For Freedom

Human rights activist Seema Azad and her husband are in jail on dubious charges. On 8th February 2010, Seema Azad and her husband were arrested by the Allahabad Special Task Force, under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, for their alleged… Continue Reading →

Seema Azad, journalist, human rights worker and her husband sentenced to life for waging war against India

NDTV, june 8, 2012 Allahabad: A couple who were arrested by the Uttar Pradesh special task force in February 2010 and suspected of being Naxals have been sentenced to life imprisonment by a lower court in Allahabad. Seema Azad and her… Continue Reading →

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