Sudha Bharadwaj, pic: karinscheidegger.ch
The Wire / by Sukanya Shantha
Mumbai: Maaysha saw her mother, Sudha Bharadwaj, last on February 22. It was a day after Maaysha’s birthday; she turned 23 this year. In the mulaqaat (meeting) at Yerwada prison in Pune, Bharadwaj – an academic and human rights activist – was barely given five minutes to talk to her daughter who had travelled from Delhi just for this meeting.
MAASHA FEELS PM NARENDRA MODI WON´T LISTEN TO HER PRAYERS OF RELEASING HER INNOCENT MOTHER
Maaysha and Sudha Bharadwaj
News 21 / by Santoshee Gulabkali Mishra
In a lengthy telephonic interview with Santoshee Gulabkali Mishra, Special Correspondent of TheNews21, Maaysha describes her pain and struggle within and outside the system, her process of learning to cope with the situation in the entire two-year journey minus mother.