We shall Resist! We shall Defend! We are not be Afraid! Enough is Enough!
Statement by New Trade Union Initiative
A vengeful and duplicitous BJP Government in Maharashtra moved the Supreme Court after the Delhi High Court quashed the remand order and therefore the arrest of Gautam Navalakha. At the same time, the champions of Hindutva, Milind Ekbote and Sambhaji Bhide, against whom demonstrable evidence exists for their role in inciting the attack against Dalits at Bhim-Koregaon, continue to roam free and the FIRs against them have been closed.
DECCAN Chronicle / By Rahael Mathew
Strangely, it was five activists from different parts of the country who were arrested for inciting the riots!
Outlook India / By Manisha Sethi
Arresting activists is an attack on dissent in keeping with UAPA’s history
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Newsclick / By Vivan Eyben
Senior Advocate Anand Grover speaks about UAPA and breaks down how from restrictions on bail to long periods of detention, the many facets of this law make it an extremely unjust one.
First published: Mar 9, 2017
The Wire / By Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves
The UAPA evolved over the years by a gradual but steady constriction of Article 19, which guarantees the fundamental freedoms of expression and assembly. A complete repeal is the only way forward.