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Letter to Minorities Commission on Muzaffarangar Relief camps and rehabilitation

  To The Chairperson Minorities Commission, New Delhi We are writing to express our grave concern regarding the continuing insecurity, hardships and distress faced by the riot victims of Muzaffarnagar who have been living in makeshift relief camps since they were… Continue Reading →

Appeal for Volunteers and Contributions for Survivors of Communal Violence in Muzaffarnagar

pic courtesy-Indian express      It appears today that refugees from hate in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts of Uttar Pradesh have little to look forward to, except a long and lonely winter of continued exile. A hate campaign – falsely… Continue Reading →

#India -The continuing violence of a communal-fascist state -Muzafarnagar

January 10, 2014 By Democratic Students Union A preliminary report on the solidarity visit to Muzaffarnagar ‘relief’ camps Death of over 30 infants in the extreme cold of Muzzaffarnagar ‘relief camps’ and the overall inhuman conditions in which the evicted… Continue Reading →

Press Release : Status Report of living conditions in Riot Relief Camps in #Muzaffarnagar

6 January PRESS RELEASE 6 January 2014 Status Report on Condition of Persons living in Riot Relief Camps in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli Districts of Uttar Pradesh Following the unprecedented outbreak of riots in the rural areas of Muzaffarnagar, Shamli, Baghpat,… Continue Reading →

#India – Report on Muzaffarnagar relief camps- Maternity care #mustread

  Following the communal riots in Muzaffarnagar, and initial visits by teams of women’s rights activists, a small survey of six Muzaffarnagar relief camps was undertaken on 28-29 Sep & 1 Oct by SAHAYOG (Lucknow) and Centre for Health and… Continue Reading →


July 25, 2012 To, Shri Tarun Gogoi Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam OPEN LETTER AND APPEAL   Dear Sir, We, citizens of India committed to its deep secular and peace loving ethos appeal to you as head of the government… Continue Reading →

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