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    “It was plain slaughter in that night”

    Utharakalam Admin

    It was clear to the fact-finding team that a peaceful gathering of adivasis, none of whom carried any firearms, was surrounded by the CRPF and without any warning fired upon indiscriminately. As a result of this firing, 16 adivasis died — 15 that night and Irpa Suresh (15) in Bijapur hospital the next day. Six of the dead were minors, including a 12 year old girl Kaka Saraswati, daughter of K Rama. She was hit while fleeing towards her house in Kottaguda. Of the other five minors, two — Kaka Rahul (16) and Madkam Ramvilas (16) — were studying in class 10 at a school in Basaguda. Both stayed at a hostel in Basaguda and had come home during the summer vacations. It was plain slaughter that night near

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    RESIST SILENT EMERGENCY!

    Utharakalam Admin

    Protest on June 26, 2012. Dear friends, The state of Emergency was imposed by the Indian State on June 26,1975 which continued till 1977. During this period, the press was gagged, thousands were detained without trial, many were tortured, custodial deaths and encounter killings became unaccountable, minorities were forcefully sterilized, poor people's living & dwellings called as slums were destroyed and all opposition to the Government was brutally crushed. During Emergency, laws such as NSA & MISA were used to ruthless ssuppress and brutalise people. While this experience remain as a nightmare for all human rights lovers, activists today are concerned about the shift of the present Indian State to an Emergency-like

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