Hate Watch

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CJP writes to News18 against “80 vs 20” debate show’s communal content The show pitched Hindu voters against Muslim voters via an inflammatory narrative

CJP has written to News18 India against the communal content of its debate show ‘Desh nahi jhukne denge – हिंदुओं के ख़िलाफ़ महागठबंधन?’ (Will not let the country bow – Grand Alliance against Hindus?) anchored by Aman Chopra that aired on News18 India on January 18, 2022. The complaint begins by mentioning that the show was communally divisive throughout its…

CJP writes to Maha HM demanding action against hate monger Milind Ekbote The plea highlights the many cases of rioting and hate crimes pending against Ekbote

CJP has sent a plea to the Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil seeking stringent action against Milind Ekbote, a repeat hate offender and main accused in the Bhima Koregaon riots of January 2018. On January 12, 2022, Ekbote was granted bail in a case of hate speech by a Sessions Court in Pune despite…

Mapping Hate: Caste-based crimes in 2021 Hate crimes against Dalits and Adivasis continue even today!

Communal violence aside, hate crimes against India’s Dalits (oppressed castes) and Adivasis (indigenous tribal communities) persisted in 2021. To highlight how these crimes are prevalent even in this day and age, CJP had previously put together a list of these shameful attacks. Now, we are presenting an interactive infographic, charting the various instances of hate crimes against…

Meet Hate Offender Kalicharan ‘Maharaj’ His hate speech has targeted everyone from minorities to women to even Gandhi!

On Friday January 8, 2022, a Pune Court granted bail to Kalicharan Maharaj, alias Abhijit Dhananjay Sarag, who was arrested by Pune police for a hate speech case from December 2021 where he allegedly spoke against Muslims and Christians. The court directed that Kalicharan be released subject to furnishing a bail bond of ₹25,000 and…

Majority must demand justice for minorities: Sign CJP’s petition NOW! A call to the comfortable majority of the country

What should have served as a wake up call to all, just faded into the background like nothing had happened. In the past few weeks, the barrage of hateful attacks on the minority communities in this country is something that we have never seen before. Yet the majority, largely chose to remain silent. When only…

Hate Hatao: CJP doubled its efforts to check hate crimes in 2021 Petitions moved before several authorities led to favourable outcomes

The year 2021 saw CJP step up its campaign against hate and bigotry. We approached several authorities against incidents of targeted violence against minorities, incendiary statements made by public figures against women and minorities as well as inflammatory speeches. CJP’s complaints have invoked action from the National Commission of Minorities (NCM) as well as the…

Hate offender Wasim Rizvi fans communal flames again His book about Prophet Mohammed is full of vile allegations

Wasim Rizvi, the former chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board, is in the news once again for his deeply communal and Islamophobic diatribe, this time published in his book titled Muhammad, purportedly on the life of the Prophet Mohammed, one of the most revered figures in Islam. One could have gauged the contents…

CJP moves NCM against Yati Narsinghanand’s followers for hate speech This is the second such complaint and also seeks expedited action against Narsinghanand

CJP has once again approached the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) against followers of Yati Narsinghanand, the head priest of Dasna Devi temple. Narsinghanand is notorious for making hateful speeches against women and members of minority communities. A few days ago, two of his followers, Suresh Rajput and Rahul Sharma, had during a live session on Facebook made…

Farmers MEdia Hate

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…

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