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How does mainstream media portray violence on Farmers? Protesting farmers continue to face systemic violence and character assassination

From being called ‘Khalistanis’, ‘terrorists’ to ‘paid protestors’, Farmers agitating against the Farm Laws 2020 face systemic prejudice and name calling for standing up against the administration, by some of our mainstream media houses, allowing those in positions of power to spread hate against them. CJP has been dedicated to finding and bringing to light…

CJP moves NBSA over Zee’s ‘Vaccine Jihad’ show Show was communal, based on unverified information

Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) has filed a complaint with the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) against Zee Media’s channel Zee Hindustan, that aired a show about a so-called big revelation that involved “Vaccine jihad” in the country. The show’s content was about a Muslim auxiliary nurse midwife who allegedly wasted vaccine syringes by not administering…

CJP’s Hate Hatao Campaign: A half-yearly report Undeterred, we continue to combat hate and abide by India’s constitutional values

Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) stands against hate, communal bigotry, caste oppression, prejudices, and is founded on the constitutional values of equality and harmony. Our Hate Hatao, Desh Bachao campaign against hate speech and targeted violence is an effort to bring to account those who seek to divide the society along arbitrary lines for…

Junaid Khan’s lynching: A timeline of his case since 2017 The family awaits justice on his fourth death anniversary

While returning from Delhi after Eid shopping in 2017, four young Muslim boys namely Junaid, his brother Hasim, friends Moin and Mausim were attacked in a third coach of a Mathura bound train. They were allegedly playing Ludo while sitting on the seats when some passengers asked them to vacate the area. They soon started…

CJP writes to Zee Media against their “Vaccine Jihad” show A vaccine wastage incident in Ecuador, was falsely reported to have happened in UP

Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) has written to the Zee Media Corporation after its channel, Zee Hindustan aired a show on May 30 that misinformed viewers about an alleged vaccine wastage incident by ANM (auxiliary nurse midwife), Niha Khan from Jamalpur Primary Health Centre in Aligarh, UP. The show alleged that Khan disposed of…

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CJP moves MIB against hate monger Pushpendra Kulshreshtha Ex-journalist Pushpendra runs Public 24*7 Channel on YouTube and propagates hate against Muslims

Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) has approached the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) with a complaint against Pushpendra Kulshreshtha, an ex-journalist and former Secretary General of Press Club of India who is spewing communal hate through his YouTube channel “Public 24*7”. The CJP complaint dated November 18, 2020 brings to the MIB’s notice that…

NBSA acts on CJP’s complaint against Zee News report on ‘Zameen Jihad’ Calls broadcaster for virtual hearing on November 26, 2020

On October 28, 2020, the National Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) informed Zee News channel, via an official email, to be present for a hearing on November 26, 2020, to look into allegations of running a communal programme titled “DNA: Jammu म ज़मीन के ‘इ लामीकरण‘ का DNA टे ट (DNA test of Islamic conversion of land in Jammu). The email through which the response was…

CJP moves MEITY against news channel for promoting caste supremacy in Hathras case ‘Best Hindi News’ channel had shared inflammatory videos on its social media platforms

Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) has approached the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) with a complaint against Best Hindi News, a news channel that has used its social media platforms to share highly inflammatory videos that not only spread misinformation and ignite hate against the victim and her family, but also promote caste…

SC cuts short Sudarshan News’s diatribe on ‘UPSC Jihad’ Court calls show content 'insidious', ponders committee to monitor TV news standards

The Supreme Court has restrained Sudarshan News from further telecasting the rest of the episodes in its “UPSC Jihad” series while observing that the program was “insidious”. The bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, Indu Malhotra and KM Joseph was hearing a petition filed by Firoz Iqbal Khan against the communally inflammatory show seeking pre-telecast injunction…

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