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CJP Assam: Distributes food and clothes to the needy on Eid CJP will continue to fight against hunger and citizenship crisis for every marginalised and needy person

On the day of Eid, at the end of the holy month of Ramadan, CJP team Assam ventured out to deliver new clothes and food, to over 200 impoverished families in Assam. Four of these families’ members were recently released from Assam’s detentions camps by CJP’s efforts. CJP also joined hands with Bijni Prayas-Oikyatan to deliver…

CJP Assam: Halima Begum released after 4 years in detention camp CJP stands with the defenceless Indians in Assam affected by the citizenship crisis.

On 22nd April, Halima Begum was released after spending almost 4 years inside an ill-kept detention camp. Now, freed from the camp, she has no place to call home. Her husband has re-married and her children lead independent lives. This forces her to depend on others for survival. Watch this video to know more. Related:…

Can you help CJP to aid detainees who have completed their detention period in Assam? Help Us Help Assam

Detainees who have completed their stipulated detention period in Assam need help. Join CJP to help them get released & provide them financial as well as legal aid. Related: Victory! CJP helps secure release of 9 Detention Camp inmates in Assam The night Parbati came home CJP Assam: Three more inmates released from detention camps…

CJP partners with #HaqHai to reach out to migrants leaving Mumbai CJP Against COVID-19

Many migrant workers are gathering in huge numbers at bus stops, waiting to reach their state borders. Although some measures have been made for their transport, there are still many struggling to get home. CJP, in association with our partners #HaqHai, have reached out to the migrants, delivering water and essentials to those undertaking these…

Assam Detention Camps: CJP helps release Lalit Thakur after long legal battle We need your support to continue helping the defenseless and marginalised Indians in Assam

After a prolonged legal battle, CJP has helped secure the release of Lalit Thakur from the Goalpara detention camp. He had been jailed in the detention camp for almost four years. Earlier efforts to bail him out failed, as bailors holding necessary documents couldn’t be found. CJP will continue helping Indians languishing in detention camps.…

Three more released from detention camps- Now they need your help CJP is now launching a modest rehabilitation program to help the most needy among them

CJP team Assam’s exclusive intervention has secured the release of 25 people, till now, who were languishing in the detention camps of Assam. Over the past two days, we helped release three more detainees from the detention camps. We are now looking forward to launch a rehabilitation program to assist the most needy families among…

CJP marches on fighting the Covid crisis A Video illustration of our ongoing relief work during the lockdown

CJP has been relentlessly providing relief to thousands of marginalised families, who are facing an acute food crisis, amid lockdown. We have been working nonstop for the past 55 days and ensuring that no one goes to bed hungry. Here’s a video illustrating our relief work in and around Mumbai. Related: CJP against Hunger: Rations…

CJP Assam: Three more inmates released from detention camps CJP will continue to help every Indian who are spending their days in the detention camp

In yet another moment of victory, CJP team in Assam has helped secure the release of three more inmates living in detention camps. For years, the detainees had been languishing in the many detention camps around Assam. On May 11th, they were released from the camps, after persistent efforts by CJP team over the past…

Assam detention camps : CJP strives to release and rehabilitate innocent citizens CJP helps release Zubeida Khatoon, a helpless woman who spent five years in detention camp

48-year-old Zubeida Khatoon from Manipurtup village, who was coming to terms with her husband’s death when the police picked her up and produced her before a Foreigners’ Tribunal (FT). The FT rejected the documents she submitted and sent her to the Jorhat detention camp, where she spent five years, leaving behind her then seven year…

असम: CJP ने डिटेंशन कैंपों से 9 कैदियों को दिलाई आजादी असम एनआरसी से बाहर हुए लोगों की मदद के लिए CJP लगातार प्रयत्नशील है

CJP ने राज्य के विभिन्न डिटेंशन कैंपों में बंद 9 लोगों को रिहा कराया। ये लोग अपने परिवार से मिलने की आशा में बहुत खुश हुए, यह CJP की एक बड़ी उपलब्धि है। असम की मदद करने मे हमारा साथ दीजिए। अधिक जानने के लिए यह वीडियो देखें। Related: CJP steps in to defend citizenship…

CJP Assam: Making, distributing masks with people from the community We are buying clothes and yarn to get masks stitched by our own community people, amid CoVid-19 lockdown

CJP has been making thousands of masks, along with our community people, to distribute them to the needy and marginalised people living in the rural areas of Assam. Now that the lockdown is going to continue for a while, there’s a serious dearth of masks in the market. Therefore, along with our relief work in…

असम में नागरिकता पे सवाल और भूखमरी  CJP टीम की प्रेरक लड़ाई

देखिये असम के छह जिलों के युवा अभिप्रेरकों और CJP टीम असम के स्टेट कोऑर्डिनेटर Zamser Ali के साथ CJP सेक्रेटरी Teesta Setalvad की राउंड टेबल बैठक। Related: Victory! CJP helps secure release of 9 Detention Camp inmates in Assam The night Parbati came home CJP against Hunger: Team Assam goes that extra mile to…

CJP’s fight against hunger helps thousands of families Our dedicated team has managed to reach countless families facing the food crisis

Ever since the lockdown began, CJP and our dedicated team have been working day and night to ensure that countless families, that are facing an acute food crisis, are getting food and essential supplies. Whether its our migrant workers, women led households, sex workers, transgenders or senior citizens, we have managed to provide relief to…

Covid19 Lockdown: भुखमरी से कैसे लड़ें? Excerpts from Economist Jean Drèze's interview with CJP Secretary Teesta Setalvad

विश्व विख्यात अर्थशास्त्री ज्याँ द्रेज़ की ज़ुबानी | Related: CJP against Hunger: Rations and essentials provided to migrant workers CJP against Hunger: Almost 1,500 families served in one day! CJP against Hunger: Essentials supplied to needy families from the North East CJP against Hunger: Team Assam goes that extra mile to distribute rations to quarantined…

CJP Assam: Fighting Lockdown Hunger in remote areas CJP battles the acute food crisis that is affecting the most marginalised

CJP Assam is going that extra mile, and then some, to reach the remotest areas of Assam, dwellers of the tribal region, the migrant workers and some of the most marginalised sections of the society. As they face an acute food crisis, we want to ensure that no one goes to bed hungry. Support us…

Team CJP is fighting Hunger during the Lockdown We are working 24/7 so that nobody goes to bed hungry

Whether it is in the Metropolis of Mumbai or in Assam, team CJP is working to ensure India’s most marginalised are not hungry. Help us by donating now. Donate here: https://cjp.org.in/donate Related: CJP against Hunger: Rations and essentials provided to migrant workers CJP against Hunger: Almost 1,500 families served in one day! CJP against Hunger:…

CJP provides relief to Bengali migrant workers We intend to continue this fight against hunger amid lockdown

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. A lot of these families belong to migrant workers and they are trapped without income and food. We found a lot of them to be Bengali migrants who came here…

CJP’s relief work reaches families in Malwani Our relief work is on 24/7 amid lockdown

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 operations continued in Mumbai’s Malwani area where groceries and other essentials were distributed to low-income families. Food packet distributions also took place in association with the Disha Foundation, to…

Watch: Inside detention camp for 3 years; CJP intervenes CJP is committed to help genuine Indian citizens facing the citizenship crisis

Lalit Thakur, a barber by profession, has been jailed in the Goalpara detention camp of Assam, since October 2016. His identity documents were burnt in the ethnic- communal clashes between indigenous Bodos and Bengali speaking people of Assam in 2012. He went on to live in a relief camp with his family after the clashes.…

CJP reaches out to thousands of migrant workers trapped in a food crisis CJP team is working 24/7 to provide relief to the needy amid lockdown

CJP has been at work non-stop to help provide rations and essentials to thousands of migrant workers and their families, who hail from different states like Jharkhand, Bihar, UP, Rajasthan, Odisha, Bengal, the north-eastern states and other parts of Maharashtra. Our brave team is soldiering on, battling all hurdles, to ensure food reaches all of…

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