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" I had 20 - 22 cases filed

against me. More cases than

my age."

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may 8 2018

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feb 9 2018

"When we refused to sign

tortured us."

the documents, they beat us,

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apr 18 2018

"In between blows they kept

telling me - Lets see who

rescues you."

A beloved teacher, Hany Babu has inspired students and spoken up for those who are excluded. Jailed without any evidence under UAPA, he has tested positive for Covid19 and has a severe eye infection inside prison. Hany Babu needs the nation to speak up for him now. We cannot allow the state to destroy him. #ReleaseAllPoliticalPrisoners #ReleaseHanyBabu #WeStandWithHanyBabu #WeStandWithJustice #ReleaseBK16 #BK16

Natasha Narwal, a JNU scholar and co-founder of the feminist collective ‘Pinjra Tod’, is one of the many of anti-CAA activists arrested under the draconian UAPA. She is falsely accused of inciting violence. Her father, Mahavir Narwal, a scientist and teacher, died on 9th May 2021 due to Covid-19. The court delayed the hearing of Natasha’s plea for bail to meet her father in hospital. After her father’s death, Natasha was granted three weeks bail to perform his last rites as her brother was in isolation after testing positive for Covid-19.

Mohammad Aamir Khan is a Terror Innocent – an innocent man falsely accused of terrorism, then jailed and tortured for 14 years in the prime of his youth. This is also the story of one man’s transcendent response to trauma. Mohammad Aamir Khan, a member of the Karwan e Mohabbat and author of the memoir, “Framed As A Terrorist: My 14 Year Struggle To Prove My Innocence”, narrates his story about being kidnapped, tortured, incarcerated in solitary confinement and accused in 18 bomb blast cases. It took 14 years for his lawyers and him to win his freedom. Khan talks about the loss of his parents and his post-traumatic stress, but he also speaks of hope and revival. Of refusing to be defeated and of returning to life with a larger purpose and greater vision.