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सीजेपी ने की असम पुलिस से थानों में सीसीटीवी कैमरे लगाने की जोरदार मांग वकीलों, किसानों और श्रमिक संगठनों द्वारा पेश मेमोरेंडम में सुप्रीम कोर्ट द्वारा एक साल पहले दिए गए दिशा-निर्देशों के हवाले से इस मांग का जोरदार समर्थन

पुलिस द्वारा चलाई जानेवाली गतिविधियों और अभियानों में और भी ज़्यादा पारदर्शिता को सुनिश्चित करने के लिए सिटिज़न्स फॉर जस्टिस एंड पीस (सीजेपी) ने वकीलों, किसानों और श्रमिकों के विभिन्न संगठनों के साथ मिलकर असम पुलिस के पास एक मेमोरेंडम पेश किया जिसमे यह मांग की गई कि प्रदेश के सभी पुलिस थानों में सीसीटीवी…

CJP urges Assam Police to install CCTVs in police stations Memorandum backed by organisations of lawyers, farmers and labourers highlights SC directives from a year ago

In a bid to ensure greater transparency in how the police conduct their operations, Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) has joined hands with different organisations of lawyers, farmers and workers, and submitted a memorandum to the Assam Police urging for the installation of CCTV cameras in all police stations. CJP joins illustrious organisations such…

Carving flowers on wood, and praying for a better future Lockdown has robbed Birbhum’s furniture industry of its sheen, the artists are slowly turning into migrant labourers

The highly skilled carpenters of Paikar and Murarrai areas of Birbhum were once much sought out for the durable, and beautiful wood furniture they made. Now, along with thousands of daily-wage labourers, they find themselves in a precarious situation. They still make beautiful wooden furniture, but there are no buyers. Most of the adults of…

Lockdown Impact: Crushing debt, mounting bills Part-3 of our on-going series based on CJP's Purvanchal fact-finding mission examining the decline of the traditional weaving industry

In the by-lanes of Purana Gorakhnath locality of Gorakhpur, we came across Shahjehan, who was carrying mounds of yarn on his bicycle. His business has failed, family is in debt and the punishing electricity bills just rub salt into his wounds. “I am taking this yarn to be put on spindles, so that we can use…

Lockdown Impact: Weaver family drowning in debt Part-2 of our on-going series based on CJP's Purvanchal fact-finding mission examining the decline of the traditional weaving industry

The traditional Banarasi weaving industry in India’s Purvanchal region is withering, and people engaged in the trade are struggling financially. Entire families have been pushed into poverty, girls are suffering in the absence of online education as schools are shut.  Our team came across 18-year-old Amina whose family of ten in Mubarakpur, is struggling to get back…

New MSP for Kharif crops

Factsheet on farm realities Why the new farm laws are harmful

Here’s a ready reckoner of ground realities when it comes to agriculture in India, as compiled by Prof Achin Vanaik for the Radical Socialist (RS) Group.   Agricultural Land and Landowners In 2015-16, by land size (all-India breakdown) marginal (less than 1 hectare) small (1-2 ha) semi-medium (2-4 ha)     {All-India average is 1.08 ha} medium…

The 10 worst laws of 2020 CJP brings to you 2020's laws that take no notice of human rights

While the law, in any democratic republic is meant to protect individual and collective rights the year of the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic was misused in India to pass a slew of laws, even through the emergency power of the Ordinance, by both the Union (Central) and state legislatures that showed an utter disregard for human…

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