At 11 AM on 11 January 2023, the air strikes continued. This attack was carried out in the villages of Madkanguda, Mettuguda, Bottethong, Sakleer, Madinaguda, Kannemerka, Pottemangam, Bottalanka, Rasappalli, Errapadu in Kishtaram and Pamed areas of Chhattisgarh state killed a tribal woman named “Pottamhang”. Bombing attacks by drones have continued for two consecutive years in the past. All these are continuing the war on tribals for Adani, Ambani, Jindal, Tatas, and Lloyds which are part of the corporate companies.
The adivasi villagers of Bastar have once again made a far cry against the aerial bombings or drone attacks in their villages. As reported by media, Villagers of Bijapur have alleged drone attacks on their villages on 7th April 2023. It is reported that villages, namely, Jabbagatta, Meenagatta, Kavargatta and Bhattiguda were bombed using drones
Fourth Drone Bomb Attack on Indigenous People in Bastar, Chhattisgarh, India. Stop This State Terror Now!
Over 85 international organisations and individual campaigners, activists and academics including two Labour MPs and a former Labour MEP from UK have released a statement condemning the Indian state’s continued drone bomb attacks in Bijapur district in Chhattisgarh, the most recent on 7 April 2023.
Condemn the Aerial and Drone Attacks – Appeal Letter from Moolwasi Bachao Manch (Save Natives Forum), Bastar Division, Chhattisgarh, India
On 7th April there was a heavy arial strike on the indigenous people of south Bastar Bijapur district. Forest hills between villages of Minaghata, Jabaghata, Kavurghata, Bhattiguda were targeted in the strikes
Report unveils massive human rights violations against India’s indigenous Adivasi before India’s UPR.
26 September 2022 India Justice Project We condemn the countrywide raids by the National Investigative Agency (NIA), Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the police forces of several states on the offices of the Popular Front of India (PFI) and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) and the arrests of more than 45 of their leaders […]
On September 13, 1929, Jatin Das, the 24-year-old revolutionary freedom fighter, died in Lahore Jail after a 63-day long hunger strike, demanding humane treatment of political prisoners under the British Raj.
The Indian government is currently under scrutiny for its human rights situation before the Human Rights Council of the United Nations. As part of the so-called Universal Periodic Review (UPR), different actors can submit reports alleging violations, on the basis of which other member states will be asking questions and to which the Indian government […]
Exactly four years ago, Gautam Navalakha, Sudha Bharadwaj, Varavara Rao, Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves were arrested. They were the second batch of human rights defenders targeted in the context of the Bhima Koregaon case. And still today, there is no justice in sight for the falsely accused. Let’s raise our voices against this blatant disregard of […]
We, independent cultural workers, academics, activists and concerned Indian citizens living in Berlin, and supporting organisations and individuals in solidarity, hereby state our official protest against the willing platforming and screening of Vivek Agnihotri’s film “The Kashmir Files”, by prominent cultural institutions in Berlin such as Babylon. We express dissent with his public appearances in […]