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Repression of the Right to Protest - Trampling of Human Rights
 

 

The Andhra Pradesh Government with the help of state machinery of the Police is making desperate attempts to quell down popular public unrest amongst masses which are on the verge of taking the form of popular movements and mass struggles. On the night of Sunday, 21st of December, around 1500 people across the state of Andhra Pradesh were arrested in different police stations on the pretext of ‘preventive detention’ under section 151 CrPc.

The link below can be looked for more information and for the complete article. A photo of the solidarity protest is attached. With complete focus on BJP Hindutva agenda, human rights excesses like these at places far away from Delhi are grossly neglected. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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