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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…

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.…

Urgent plea: 10,000 masks needed for the Assam Community and CJP Team For those in Assam who are battling the citizenship crisis amid coronavirus

CJP Assam team has been working day and night, helping people whose names have been excluded from the final NRC, with applications and documents. Even as all NRC related processes were put on hold by the Assam government in wake of the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, our team has soldiered on wearing masks and…

Allegations of inclusion of ‘ineligible’ people in Assam NRC State coordinator seeks details from DRCRs of all districts

There appears to be no respite for people of Assam. Some are likely to suffer even though their names have been included in the National Register of Citizens (NRC) that was published in August last year. Now, in a letter addressed to all Deputy Commissioners and District Registrars of Citizens Registration (DRCR) of all districts,…

Assam NRC: Detention Camp cuts food ration CJP Assam is working with the families of the detainees to help release them at the earliest

On May 2109, the Supreme Court of India ordered the release of detainees who have spent more than three years in captivity inside detention camps in Assam. But more than half of the detainees have still not been released due to the absence of competent representation. The Home Department of Assam has rejected a large…

Best Civil Society Innovator: CJP wins big for its work in Assam The award is testimony to the painstaking work put in by CJP volunteers in Assam

CJP wins the 6th eNGO challenge award as best Civil Society Innovator, by Digital Empowerment Foundation, for its exemplary work in Assam. We are continuing the fight against NPR-NRC-CAA around India. Donate to help us help genuine Indian Citizens. Click here to donate. Related: In solidarity with Assam Poverty haunts family of Subrata Dey I…

CJP in Assam: Reaching hundreds of thousands of people in all 33 districts Our work in Assam intensifies as thousands fill reclaim applications

CJP’s work in Assam is going strong. Our team going to door, all over the 33 districts of Assam, and helping thousands of those genuine Indian citizens who were unfairly excluded from the NRC. Help Us Help Assam. Related: In solidarity with Assam Poverty haunts family of Subrata Dey I would have attempted suicide again…

The CJP effect: SC orders no children be sent to detention camps in Assam The apex court passed an interim order protecting children’s rights affected by the Assam’s NRC process. Attorney General K Venugopal was required to record an undertaking in this regard

CJP’s application sought directions from the apex court that drew attention to the Constitutional, legal obligations and prayed, specifically that no child excluded from the NRC is either sent to detention camps nor separated from their parents in Assam. In November 2019, CJP (Citizens for Justice and Peace, Mumbai) had filed an Intervention Application for Directions…

India’s poorest citizens will bear the brunt of NPR-NRC (English) How & Why NPR-NRC is anti-poor, anti-SC/ST/OBC as well as anti-Muslim

Imagine how difficult and costly the process of proving ones citizenship will be in a country where 90% of the workforce is in the unorganised sector and millions migrate every year in search for better livelihoods. Imagine how disproportionate the burden of document searching and lining up to be enlisted will be for daily wagers.…

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