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Police: Arrests in Jamia violence, Delhi riot based on forensic proof The Pioneer

The Delhi Police on Monday said all the arrests made in connection with cases of Jamia Millia and Northeast riot are based on the analysis of scientific and forensic evidence. According to police, while investigating Jamia and Northeast riot cases, Delhi Police has performed its job sincerely and impartially. “All the arrests made have been…

Petition against Assam’s Detention Camps in SC

Ten new detention camps proposed in Assam Submission made before state assembly also says there are over one lakh each of Declared Foreigners and D-Voters in the state

In a submission made before the Assam Assembly on July 29, 2019, Chandra Mohan Patowary, Minister of Industry and Transportation, revealed that as many as ten new detention centers are being planned across Assam, though the central government was yet to green-light the project. The submission was in response to a series of questions raised…

CJP sends complaint to India Today for its sting operation on Madrasas, terming them as hotspots The complaint also questions the sting operation and the hate peddled through the show

India Today has been conducting investigative journalism on COVID-19 related matters and in the 4th part of this series, its focus was on Madrasas. This show titled “Madrasa Hotpots: India Today Investigation” was hosted by Rahul Kanwal and was aired on April 10. This show was heavily and widely criticised for being blatantly Islamophobic and…

CJP against Hunger: Relief work continues 24/7 Food packet deliveries made even over the weekend to families in need

CJP has been at work non-stop to help provide rations and essentials to low-income families across Mumbai to help them tide over the Covid-19 lockdown. Our relief efforts are on day and night and even on the weekends. On Saturday, April 4, Teesta Setalvad, made arrangements for relief supplies for 50 families in Beed in…

CJP against Hunger: Team Assam goes that extra mile to distribute rations to quarantined families, families of detainees CJP team in Assam has even mobilised the community to ensure aid reaches more people

CJP’s campaign in Assam has taken a new colour given the prevailing lockdown situation in the entire country. Labourers, daily wage earners, sex workers, people from low in come families in containment zones and migrant workers are few sections of the society which have benefitted from the relentless efforts of the CJP team in Mumbai…

CJP against Hunger: Almost 1,500 families served in one day! Part of CJP’s campaign with Prayas, Ek Koshish amidst the Covid-19 lockdown

On Friday, April 3, CJP undertook the preparation and delivery of the single largest consignment of relief supplies for low-income families in one day. With our partners at Prayas, Ek Koshish, we provided groceries and essential supplies for 1,489 families. As you know, we have been working with Prayas, Ek Koshish, a humanitarian aid organisation working…

CJP against Hunger: Rations and essentials provided to migrant workers Some of them were trapped in containment zones facing starvation!

Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic forced the entire nation into a lockdown, migrant workers have suffered a sudden loss of livelihood. CJP has been receiving appeals for help from many such families across Mumbai. Teesta Setalvad who leads CJP and is a journalist and human rights worker with several decades of work behind her, has a…

Covid-19: Notifications and advisories issued by Indian states A comprehensive resource on where to find all coronavirus related communication by various state governments

While central government started gearing up for COVID 19 sometime in February, there were some states like Kerala and Madhya Pradesh which had started issuing Covid-19 related preventive measures in January itself. Here is a ready reckoner for accessing these notifications and orders with respect to COVID19 issued by states and Union Territories (UT) and…

CJP against Hunger: Essentials supplied to needy families from the North East Part of our campaign with Tangkhul Welfare Society Mumbai

Racism has raised its ugly head even amidst these trying times. Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic broke out, people from North Eastern states have been at the receiving end of racial slurs and social ostracism. Our fellow Indians are being accused of not only being Chinese, but also spreading the virus! This has impacted their social…

CJP against Hunger: Overcoming hurdles to serve the needy Team CJP soldiers on despite challenges like dwindling food supplies and a transport strike!

Ever since the nationwide lockdown was announced to curb the spread of the coronavirus, CJP’s chief concern has been to ensure nobody goes to bed hungry. But, the haphazard manner in which the lockdown was announced, has led to challenges in providing relief to those in need. We are acutely aware of how daily-wagers and…

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