India Covid 19 Response: Government Must Refrain From Abuse Of Power And Immediately Release All Arbitrarily Detained In J&K
As Jammu and Kashmir enters the next phase of lockdown this time due to COVID-19, the Government of India must immediately release all those arbitrarily detained, restore full internet access and actively pursue trust building measures with the people of the region.
COVID-19 के ख़िलाफ़ लड़ाई में भारत के ग़रीब और हाशिये पर खड़े तबक़ों को दरकिनार नहीं किया जा सकता।
COVID-19 महामारी से लड़ने के लिए भारत में तीन हफ़्तों की राष्ट्रव्यापी तालाबंदी ने लाखों प्रवासी मज़दूरों को असहाय स्थिति में रख छोड़ा है और ग़रीबों को देश भर में ज़रूरी सेवाओं के लिए जूझना पड़ रहा है
Battle Against Covid-19 Must Not Leave Behind The Poor And Marginalised Communities In India
The three-week nation-wide lockdown in India to battle the COVID-19 pandemic have left millions of migrant workers stranded and the poor struggling to access essential services across the country.
Mitigate Risks Of Covid-19 For The People Of Jammu & Kashmir By Immediately Restoring Full Access To Internet Services
In wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Government of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir must restore full access to internet services in the region of Jammu and Kashmir and ensure that people have full access to health and safety related information, said Amnesty International India today.
India: International Community Must Condemn Crimes Against Those Protesting Peacefully Against Discriminatory Law
A joint statement by Amnesty International India, CIVCUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, FORUM-ASIA and FIDH ahead of the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva.
The Many Faces of Shaheen Bagh: We Stand United
From a 90-year old Asma Khatoon to a young advertising professional - the peaceful protesters of Shaheen Bagh reflect the true diversity of India. No wonder Shaheen Bagh has become the epicentre of protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) over the past two months.
J&k Police Using Repressive Counter Terrorism Law To Muzzle Access To Social Media
Nearly 12 million people in Jammu and Kashmir have been living through communication restrictions since August 5 2019. And now the Jammu and Kashmir police is using the UAPA, a repressive counter terrorism law against people for overcoming the longest-ever internet ban imposed in the world by using social media sites like Facebook and Twitter through Virtual Private Networks (VPN). If found guilty they can be arrested for up to seven years in jail.
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