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Hate Watch: Hindutva outfit leader assaults Muslim man on train Man’s appeals for help fall on deaf ears

Yet another shocking incident of a hate crime against a person hailing from the minority community has come to light via a video that went viral on social media. In it, a Hindutva outfit leader is seen thrashing a Muslim man on a train. “We will kill you next time you touch a Hindu woman,”…

राज्य प्रायोजित नफ़रती प्रोजेक्ट : दिल्ली दंगा 2020 घटना के बारे में अभी भी आधा दर्जन रिपोर्ट पर पूछताछ बाकी है

दिल्ली ने फरवरी 2020 में 22 तारीख़ से 28 तारीख़ के बीच जो तबाही का मंजर देखा उसकी भावनात्मक यादें डेजा वू (एक ऐसी स्थिति जिसमें पहले से ही घटना का अनुमान लगा लेना) के डरावने साये की तरह हमेशा बनी रहेंगी। इसे डरावना इसलिए कहा गया क्योंकि यह राज्य आधारित सनक और नफ़रत से…

Govt to Blame, Where is Security for KP Families in Valley, Asks Sanjay Tickoo, KPSS NewsClick

The nightmare of 1990 appears to be repeating itself says the president of Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti, who has led campaigns against the political and administrative isolation of the community in the Valley. Anguished at the series of attacks on minorities and Muslims by terrorists in the Valley, Kashmiri Pandit leader Sanjay Tickoo told Sabrangindia…

Assam Police Firing: FIRs filed in Mainul Haque and Sheikh Farid’s cases Gauhati HC asks state government to submit affidavit pertaining to evictions

In what could be seen as some relief to the families of victims of the police firing that took place on September 23 at Gorukhuti village that falls under the Sipajhar Circle of Dhalpur in the Darrang district of Assam, police have now filed First Information Reports (FIRs) in the cases of Mainul Haque and…

Has terror returned to haunt Kashmir? Spate of killings evoke 90s-like fears

Kashmiri Pandit families who are still living in the Valley find themselves in peril yet again. There have been a spate of terrorist attacks in the Union Territory, that appear to be targeting minorities and even Muslims who have paid the price of patriotism and secularism with their lives. On October 2, terrorists killed Majid Ahmad Gojri…

Hate Watch: Paramhans Das raises demand for “Hindu Rashtra” Ayodhya "Godman" makes hateful comments about minorities

Jagadguru Paramhans Das of Tapasvi Chhawani in Ayodhya had recently issued a statement that he will take his own life by immersing himself in water if the Union government did not declare India a ‘Hindu Rashtra’ by October 2. He further said that citizenship of Muslims and Christians should be terminated. After this announcement, he…

Hate Watch: Now, accusations for “Marks Jihad”! Communal allegations by DU professor after Kerala students get high scores

After allegations of “Love Jihad”, “Land Jihad”, even “UPSC Jihad”, communal hate has been freshly repackaged into wild allegations of “Marks Jihad”. Recently, after students from Kerala ended up getting perfect scores, Rakesh Kumar Pandey, an associate professor in the Physics department of Kirori Mal College of the Delhi University said that “the invasion of…

Varanasi Church Attack Case

CJP writes to Minorities Commission over attacks on churches Churches in UP, MP, Uttarakhand were vandalised by Hindutva outfit members

Citizens for Justice and Peace, has written to the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) to take cognisance of the various instances of attacks on churches, allegedly by right-wing outfits in various states over the past one week. Multiple attacks have taken place in Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh. In the city of Roorkee,…

Love Azaad: CJP’s map tracking hate crimes against those who dare to love A unique campaign that keeps a hawk’s eye on instances of attacks inter-faith and inter-caste couples

CJP introduces Love Azaad, a unique map that helps track violence against people who dare to love despite differences in religion, caste and other socio-cultural barriers. India’s Constitution states that we are both sovereign and secular. Yet, every day, young men, women and even people having other gender identities and diverse sexualities, are killed in…

EXCLUSIVE! I converted voluntarily: Priest’s widow debunks Assam BJP leaders’ hate campaign Says she married a Muslim man and converted to Islam willingly

After two people, including a 12-year-old child, were brutally shot dead by Assam Police in Gorukhuti village of the Dholpur (Dhalpur) region of Assam’s Darrang district last week, efforts are being made by a desperate regime to deflect attention from the entire sordid state of affairs that began with the heartless eviction of as many…

Assam Police shot dead 12-year-old returning from Aadhaar centre! Sheikh Farid’s parents are still in shock, his brother spoke to CJP

One of the most gut-wrenching images from the September 23 police firing on evicted families in Assam, was that of an unconscious young boy with a blood-soaked shirt. That young boy was 12-year-old Sheikh Farid who succumbed to a hail of bullets fired by the Assam Police. It is now learnt that he was only…

Shocking Video Shows Police Firing and Killing Protestors in India vice.com

Horrifying images of police brutality emerged from the Indian state of Assam, where police killed at least two protesters. COLLAGE: VICE / IMAGES: CITIZENS FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE A viral social media video shows a group of armed police from the Indian state of Assam shooting a protester who was running towards them with a stick,…

NCM seeks report from DIG Meerut on CJP’s complaint against Yati Narsinghanand’s disciple Vikas Sehrawat is known for posting Islamophobic videos online

The National Commission for Minorities (NCM) has responded to CJP’s complaint against Vikas Sehrawat alias ‘Malik Bhai’, and written to Meerut’s Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) requesting a detailed report within 15 days. Our key prayer to take cognisance of our complaint under the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992, was accepted by the…

Court relief for interfaith couples in India’s Gujarat state UCA News

Top court grants protection from unnecessary harassment under a recently amended anti-conversion law A bride with her hands decorated with traditional henna dye at a mass marriage event in Mumbai, India, on Feb. 14. (Photo: AFP) A court in the western Indian state of Gujarat has granted protection to interfaith couples from unnecessary harassment under…

CJP approaches NCM against Yati Narsinghanand’s hate speech Complaint highlights how Hindu men are being radicalised to “act” against Muslims

Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP), has approached the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) to take cognisance of the Islamophobic statements made by Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati, and his endeavour to provoke young Hindu men to act against Muslims. After one such public address by Yati propagating hate against Muslims went viral on social media, CJP…

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