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CJP at the Azam college campus in Pune Public meeting held on NRC, NPR and CAB

On 7th December, a public meeting organised by Haji Gulam Mohammed Azam Education Trust saw an attendance of over 500 hundred people. CJP’s secretary, Teesta Setalvad, a key speaker at this meeting emphasized on the fact that a nationwide NRC/NPR is only being used to divide the country. She questioned how such an exercise can…

जमीनी आंदोलन के ज़रिए नागरिकता की लड़ाई लड़ रहा है CJP CJP अपने अधिकारों की इस लड़ाई में अधिक से अधिक नागरिकों को एक साथ लाने के लिए दृढ़ संकल्पित है

नागरिकता की रक्षा के लिए CJP जमीनी स्तर पर आंदोलन चला रहा है। हाल ही में, हमें एक ऐसे कार्यक्रम में बोलने के लिए आमंत्रित किया गया था जहाँ लोग एनपीआर-एनआरसी के बारे में चिंतित थे। यहां हमने न केवल नागरिकों को आश्वस्त किया बल्कि इस लड़ाई में उनकी मदद करने का भी वादा किया।…

असम के अमानवीय डिटेंशन कैम्प्स डिटेंशन कैम्प्स में NRC से पीड़ित लोगोंकी नर्क से भी बदतर हालत

असम के डिटेंशन कैंप निर्जन और सुनसान भूमि पर बनाए गए हैं। यहां फॉरेनर्स ट्रिब्यूनल्स द्वारा विदेशी करार दिए गए लोगों को रखा जाता है। सुविधाओं के घोर अभाव में लोगों को रखे जाने की काफी आलोचनाएं भी होती रही हैं। इन कैंप्स में लोगों को तब तक रखा जाता है जब तक कि उन्हें…

Workshop for Activists on Citizenship CJP, NAPM and PUCL's Workshop aimed at activists working on grass root level

On November 16, 2019, a workshop on Citizenship was organized by CJP, NAPM and PUCL. The aim was to share our case studies and on-ground experiences about the effects of the implementation of NRC in Assam, the NPR and the Citizen Amendment Bill(CAB). The workshop was specially aimed at activists who work on the grass…

Stop Nationwide NRC Activists gather in protest, Kolkata

On 13th November, Molded and Minority Development Council organised a meeting to oppose the nationwide implementation of NRC and Citizenship Amendment Bill. The meeting was attended by progressive politicians and Activists.   Related: Workshop for Activists on Citizenship Who is an Indian? A complete guide to the NRC in India कौन हैं भारत के नागरिक?

Lives shattered by NRC, CJP reaches out and intervenes Who is An Indian in Assam

Indian Citizens in Assam are shattered by the NRC process. In spite of having valid documents, Gopal Das and his entire family were excluded from the NRC. Anima Dey lost her son Subrata Dey mysteriously in a detention camp. After that, her family has been living hand to mouth by selling cloth bags. Her teenaged…

Who is An Indian: Voices from Assam The concerns of genuine Indian citizens

Anima Dey is the mother of Subrata Dey who died mysteriously in a detention camp of Assam. Gopal Das was contemplating Suicide when his name wasn’t included in the NRC final draft until CJP intervened and helped him get his and his family’s name included in the final NRC. Hasan Ali is a suicide survivor…

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