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Watch: Citizenship crisis claims 107th life in Assam CJP visited the victim's house to reach out to his family

Barpeta’s Musa Mondal became the 107th casualty of the citizenship crisis in Assam when he hanged himself on October 12, 2020, upon being declared foreigner by the Foreigners’ Tribunals. CJP Visited his house in Kayastha Para and learned that 42 more people have been marked D-Voter in his village. As the Citizenship Crisis in Assam…

Stan Swamy: The oldest activist to be targeted by the government Father Stan Swamy has worked for the welfare of tribals in Jharkhand for more than 30 years

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) made its seventh arrest in the Elgar Parishad-Bhima Koregaon case, with 83-year old Father Stan Swamy being taken into custody. Given how the centre is targeting human rights activists, academics, writers, lawyers and artists while riot instigators are roaming scot free, the future of dissent is, indeed, looking dark in…

Stand with Father Stan Swamy A live chat hosted by Teesta Setalvad

Watch: CJP secretary Teesta setalvad in conversation with, Human right activist and Jesuit priest, Father Cedric Prakash and, former principal of St Xavier’s College, Father Frazer Mascarenhas to discuss the arrest of octogenarian human rights defender Fr Stan Swamy. Related: Chorus for Fr. Stan Swamy’s release gets louder CJP, other groups, activists and citizens condemn Fr. Stan…

CJP Assam: Fighting for every Indian Through floods and a raging pandemic

From detention Camp to Assam floods, CJP is fighting for every Indian who is battling the citizenship crisis in Assam. Help Us Help Assam. Please donate here Related: CJP Impact: Four people released from Tezpur Detention Camp  CJP helps secure release of Bihari man dubbed Bangladeshi in Assam!  CJP helps reunite man released from Assam…

Hathras: Why CJP moved Supreme court? CJP secretary Teesta Setalvad explains

Moving an Intervention Application in the Supreme Court in connection with the Hathras case, CJP has based its plea on several pertinent human rights aspects that appeared to have been ignored in this case so far. Watch CJP secretary and human rights activist Teesta Setalvad speak about why it was important for CJP to intervene…

Hathras: CJP moves Supreme Court to demand for justice CJP has based its plea on several pertinent human rights aspects that have been ignored in this case

Seeking SC monitored CBI investigation, witness protection and judicial inquiry into cremation of victim’s body, CJP has moved an Intervention Application in the Supreme Court in connection with the case involving the recent gang-rape and murder of a Dalit woman in Hathras. Support us in our fight for Justice. Related: Hathras victim knew rape accused:…

Ailing daughter of freedom fighter forced to appear before foreigners’ tribunals The 70-year old Sejebala Ghosh was recently asked to appear for a hearing in September

Watch how Sejebala Ghosh, daughter of a prominent freedom fighter, is fighting to prove her citizenship despite her name being included in the final NRC. CJP has been with her since March and will continue to help her legally, as we are committed to help every Indian fighting the citizenship crisis in Assam. Help Us…

7 days of Fast Unto Death, no response from Government for Kashmiri Pandits The Fast-unto-Death of Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti President has completed a week

After a week of fast-unto-death for Sanjay Tickoo, President, KPSS, no one from the Government is bothered about his condition or the grievances of the 808 non migrant Kahsmiri Pandits living in the valley. Related: KPSS begins fast-unto-death Kashmiri Pandit delegation meets J&K LG Here’s why non-migrant Kashmiri Pandits feel betrayed Teesta Setalvad in Conversation…

Farmers’ call for nationwide shutdown Protesting against the Farm Bills 2020

Farmers’ Unions around the country have announced a nationwide shutdown on September 25 in protest of the contentious Farm Bills passed by both houses of the Parliament. Related: MSP for farmers: Exposing the lies of the Modi government Live Updates on All India Protests against Farm Bills, 2020

Kashmiri Pandits’ fast unto death fails to move the government The Fast-unto-Death of Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti President has entered its fourth day

Even after 72 hours of complete fasting, no one from Government and Administration is bothered about the condition of Sanjay K. Tickoo President, KPSS, and grievances of 808 Non-Migrant Kashmiri Pandits / Kashmiri Hindus living in Valley. Related: KPSS begins fast-unto-death Kashmiri Pandit delegation meets J&K LG Here’s why non-migrant Kashmiri Pandits feel betrayed Teesta…

CJP Grassroots Fellowship: Meet Ripon Sheikh who documents rural Bengal CJP aims at enabling young men and women document the world around them

CJP’s fellowships are aimed at young men and women, much like Ripon Sheikh seen in this video, from the communities we work with. Migrant workers, Adivasis, forest workers and the urban poor. The fellowships would enable them to document the world around them, so that they can seek sustainable solutions for problems of their communities.…

Join CJP’s fight to protect the rights of forest working people Stand with CJP and AIUFWP to protect the FRA 2006

From our forests to the Supreme court, CJP and AIUFWP are fighting to protect the rights of those who protect our forests, despite the pandemic. Stand with us to protect Forest Rights. Donate here: https://cjp.org.in/donate Related: Forest Rights : Shelter destroyed in Uttarakhand Forest Rights: Van Gujjar family released on bail, after custodial assault Sokalo…

Dr. Kafeel Khan: From fighting the UP Government to fighting for public health Human Rights Defender Profile

As the Allahabad high court called Dr Kafeel Khan’s detention, under the NSA, illegal and ordered the government to free him immediately, let’s take a look at his journey from being the whistle-blower in the case of 2017 Gorakhpur deaths to his constant struggle for public healthcare. All this while battling the charges that the…

Act against Hate with CJP CJP keeps the #JungJaari to track, report and fight hate.

Support us in our battle against hate, spread anywhere in the country. Related: Press Release: CJP and AIUFWP condemn armed attacks on peaceful protesters  Videos of hate speech by Kapil Mishra played before Delhi HC  BJP’s Kapil Mishra says ‘shoot the traitors’ at pro-CAA rally Beat up police and Trinamul: BJP’s Dilip Ghosh Case lodged…

भले ही भारत को स्वतंत्रता 1947 में मिली हो, पर हमको 1952 में मिली है: हरि जगताप A CJP exclusive interview with Haree Jagtap on the occasion of 'Vimukti Diwas'

विमुक्ति दिवस को Denotified Tribes (DNTs) या विमुक्त जनजातियों का वैधीकरण हुआ था, इस से पहले इन जनजातियों को अपराधी की श्रेणी में गिना जाता था. इस अवसर पर, महाराष्ट्र प्रान्तीय नाथपंथी डवरी गोसावी समाज के अध्यक्ष, और समुदाय के वरिष्ठ सदस्य, हरि जगताप के साथ इस विशेष वार्तालाप को देखें। वे उन कई प्रताड़ना और संघर्षों के बारे में बता रहे…

The real news behind Suresh Chavhanke’s fake news factory CJP Hate Watch special story

Sudarshan TV’s Suresh Chavhanke of the ‘UPSC jihad’ fame is a serial hate offender – peddling hate and fake news is nothing new for him. But, what many people don’t know is that Mr. Chavhanke is an accused in  multiple criminal cases. Watch this video to find out more. Related: Press Release: CJP and AIUFWP…

CJP team persists through floods and pandemic in Assam CJP Assam's fight against the citizenship crisis is going strong

Amid the devastating Assam floods and the ongoing pandemic, CJP Assam is battling it all to be beside those who are facing the citizenship crisis in Assam. Watch this video where our Assam team explains the current work that’s being done, impeccably, while standing up to all the hurdles that they are facing on the…

Jay Prakash Saav appeals for his right to vote Help CJP's campaign #LetMigrantsVote by signing our petition

Jay Prakash Saav, a migrant worker from Jharkhand, appeals to the government to facilitate measures for migrant workers to vote from their city of work. Sign the petition here. CJP reaches out to thousands of migrant workers trapped in a food crisis CJP against Hunger: Essentials supplied to needy families from the North East CJP…

Ram Gopal Yadav appeals for his right to vote A part of CJP's campaign #LetMigrantsVote for the voting rights of migrant workers

Ram Gopal Yadav, a migrant worker from Bihar, appeals to the government. To facilitate measures for migrant workers to vote from their city of work. Sign the petition here: https://cjp.org.in/let-migrant-vote/ CJP reaches out to thousands of migrant workers trapped in a food crisis CJP against Hunger: Essentials supplied to needy families from the North East…

Forest Rights: Authorities in Kalahandi raze 32 Adivasi settlements The homeless families now stare at an uncertain future

Amidst the lockdown, on 24th April, police and forest officials forcibly demolished the settlements of 32 adivasi families living in a remote village in Kalahandi, Odisha. They appeal to the state and Central governments to lay claim on their homes and land in the forest. Forest Rights : Shelter destroyed in Uttarakhand Forest Rights: Van…

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