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Salute to Rohith Vemula : NCHRO Team visits Hyderabad Central University PDF Print E-mail
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A team of activists sent by the National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations  (NCHRO) met a number of faculty members, scholars and agitating students of Hyderabad central University and spoke to them yesterday. They also met some of the students punished by the University authorities with Rohit Vemula who is now no more.

The team members are:

 

1.Prof.  A.Marx, Chair Person, NCHRO, Chennai,

2.Ko. Sugumaran, Ex-Co Member, NCHRO, Puducherry,

3.Mohamed Abid, State Coordinator, NCHRO, Telangana,

4. Syed Moinudeen, State General Secretary, Popular Front of India, Telangana,

5.Adv. D.Suresh Kumar Ex-Co Member NCHRO, Hyderabad,

6.Adv. Jaya vindhyala. Gen. Secy PUCL, Telengana State.

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Salute to Rohith Vemula : NCHRO Team visits Hyderabad Central University PDF Print E-mail
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Aler Encounter Press Conference PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - StateViolations

altNEW DELHI : Earlier addressing a press conference with the families of victims at Indian Women’s Press Corps in New Delhi on 24-Oct-2015, Friday, Adv. K.P. Mohamed Shareef, Vice-Chairperson of NCHRO, said, “NCHRO, the umbrella body of human rights forums and civil rights activists, has been conducting the series of agitations for the past six months in this issue. On 7th April 2015, five Muslim undertrial prisoners, Viquar Ahmed, Mohammed Haneef, Syed Amjad Ali, Mohammed Zakir and Izhar Khan, were killed in a fake encounter by the Telangana state police on the way to the Nampalli court at Hyderabad from Warangal Central Prison. It was nothing but the custodial murder carried out by the police.”

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Encounter Killings of Five Muslims by Telangana Police PDF Print E-mail
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A Fact Finding Report by the NCHRO Team

30th April 2015

HyderabadProf A.Marx addressing the media (center) . Prathmesh, Adv A . Mohamed Yusuff, Ko. Sugumaran, Reny Ayline, Talaha Hussain Gulbargavi, Muhammad Abdul Ahad (from left)

Two weeks after Hashimpura verdict which acquitted all the police personnel involved in the custodial killings of 42 innocent Muslims, the news about the killing of five Muslims in custody by the Telangana police came as a rude shock to all peace loving people. A seventeen member escort police team of Warangal central prison led by one Uday Bhaskar (RSI) shot and killed five under trial prisoners on their way to Hyderabad trial court. The persons who lost their lives are 1.Viquar Ahmed (UT No 1064) 2.Mohammed Haneef (UT No 1077)  3.Syed Amjad Ali (UT No 1065) 4.Mohammed Zakir (UT No 1002)  all from Hyderabad and 5.Izhar Khan (UT No 1066)  from Uttar Pradesh. All of them are accused of forming a militant outfit Tehreek – e- Galba -e - Islami and operating a hitting squad targeting the police. They were arrested between 2007 and 2010 on various charges that included terror acts such as attacking police and killing them. They were shifted from prisons in Cherlapalli and other places on the pretext that they were creating trouble there.

 

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Maoist leader Narayan Sanyal released from jail PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - Prison

21 November 2014

Narayan Sanyal, described by those familiar with his work as the “tallest Maoist leader” in the phase succeeding the Naxalbari agitation, was released on bail from the Hazaribagh jail on Thursday after being jailed for about nine years.

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People’s tribunal throws new light on Sister Valsa John’s murder PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - Women

21 November 2014

New report by tribunal comprising leading lawyers and researchers suggests the nun fighting for land rights of tribal people in Jharkhand was probably eliminated by hired killers, not Maoists as claimed by state police Sister Valsa John Malamel, a Christian nun working on tribal land rights in Pakur district of Jharkhand, was brutally murdered by a mob of 20 to 25 persons three years ago, on November 15, 2011. The nun from Kerala had been leading land protests against a mining company. The Jharkhand Police has so far been maintaining that she was murdered by Maoists because she had helped negotiate an agreement between Panem Mining Company and the project-affected villages and that the Maoists were opposed to any such agreement.

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Women inmates allegedly forced to have sex with male convicts in Bangalore Central jail PDF Print E-mail
News from Victims - StateViolations

16 November 2014

Bengaluru: In shocking revelations emerging from inside the Bangalore Central jail, two letters have surfaced which allege that women inmates at the jail were forced by their jail wardens to have sex with male inmates. In turn the male inmates paid the jailors for this service.

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