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Jenkins

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" Prominent intellectuals,

lawyers, writers, poets,

student leaders, activists

-They are all put in jail

just because they expressed

their dissent."

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may 8 2018

Katie
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feb 9 2018

Katie
Jenkins

Photography and
interesting things

feb 9 2018

Katie
Jenkins

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interesting things

feb 9 2018

Sonja
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apr 18 2018

" They seized my laptop,

mobiles, all pendrives,

hard drives,

locked my email accounts."

Katie
Jenkins

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interesting things

feb 9 2018

Katie
Jenkins

Photography and
interesting things

feb 9 2018

“Why is Gulfisha such a threat to a mighty state, to 56-inches that her being free is a serious danger and that she must be incarcerated? asks journalist Arfa Khanum Sherwani as she reminds us why people like Gulfisha are essential for our freedom today.

9th October 2021, marked 18 months of incarceration of 26-year-old Gulfisha Fatima. An Urdu Masters student of Delhi university, an MBA graduate, a radio jockey — Gul who belongs to Seelampur area of North East Delhi, was a part of the peaceful and vibrant anti CAA-NPR-NRC movement. She played an integral part in spreading awareness among the women of north-east Delhi at the sit-in protests.

Why did Stan Swamy have to die in custody? Why is the Indian state targeting the BK16? Who is responsible for the violence in Bhima Koregaon on 1 Jan, 2018?

Here is a glimpse into the conspiracy to target and imprison 16 activists, lawyers, students, poets and teachers. From planted evidence to being charged under the draconian Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, the state has left no stone unturned to ensure that none of the accused can ever be free again.

“You are a Revolution,
Timeless,
Galloping through the ages…”

Listen to the brave words of Nabiya Khan as we remember Umar Khalid , who has been imprisoned for 300 days now. A poem for all activists and students who continue to be incarcerated by the government for raising their voice against injustice.

“We are already seeing that all those cases are collapsing, one after another. Cases against Dr. Kafeel Khan, against Pinjra Tod activists, and various other cases are collapsing and eventually they will collapse. And if enough people stand up – how many people will they put in jail? How many?” Says Prashant Bhushan as he speaks his mind out in an exclusive interview to Karwan e Mohabbat.

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I stand with Liberty
I stand with Fraternity
I stand with #HarshMander
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