Tag: Assam Disenfranchisement
The detention centre in Kerala fiasco and CPM’s complicity in the NRC project
Reading Time: 6 minutes The proposal of the LDF government to construct a detention centre in Kerala to imprison foreigners exposes the complicity of the CPI(M) in the NRC plan of BJP.
Why the Assam NRC rejection slips are issued now?
Reading Time: 4 minutes The MHA has ordered to provide Assam NRC rejection slips to each of the 1.9m excluded as the Assam Assembly elections 2021 is over.
One year of anti-CAA 2019 protests: Time for critical retrospection
Reading Time: 9 minutes It’s one year of the anti-CAA 2019 protests. It’s now time to retrospect the movement to build a stronger citizenship movement against NRC.
Finalising the rules of the CAA 2019: Why the MHA missed the deadline?
Reading Time: 6 minutes The home ministry didn’t finalise the rules of the CAA 2019 before June 18th 2020, which was the deadline. Is this delay in filing BJP’s deliberate act?
Nellie Massacre of 1983: More relevant than ever today
Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s important to understand what led to the 1983 Nellie massacre to intensify the struggle against the perpetrators of India’s largest anti-Muslim pogrom.
Union home ministry’s NRC refusal doesn’t bring the curtain down on the episode
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Union home ministry’s NRC refusal through a reply to the Parliament doesn’t imply that the threat is over. The Modi regime didn’t retreat, it’s waiting.
Sharjeel Imam, Assam and the ferocious Hindutva fascist state
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Hindutva fascist state’s attack on Sharjeel Imam is despicable and sheer witch-hunting to bully Muslim voices. Imam’s views on Assam also lacks insight.
Does the CAA legalise exclusion?
Reading Time: 5 minutes Is the CAA an exclusionary law? What will be the implications of this law in Assam and the northeastern states where the Bengali Hindus face discrimination.
Agitation against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, in Assam and NE must fight Hindutva fascism’s conspiracies
Reading Time: 5 minutes The protests against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in Assam and northeast has reached a new peak and it’s essential to lead it against Hindutva fascism
CAB 2019 shouldn’t make us forget NPR and NRC threats
Reading Time: 9 minutes The CAB 2019 is an attack on the minorities of India but the agitation against it should not let us overlook the threat of NPR looming large followed by NRC
CAB in Rajya Sabha: Who all will betray secularism?
Reading Time: 5 minutes The BJP is hell-bent to have the CAB pass in the Rajya Sabha, but why is the opposition not putting up a strong fight against the NRC and CAB?
The new NRC call curtain-raises the 2022 Hindu Rashtra project
Reading Time: 7 minutes The Modi regime is going to scrap the four-year-long NRC in Assam and going to bring a larger pan-India programme directed at Muslims.
NRC list in Assam widens fissures calling for stronger resistance against fascist exclusionary politics
Reading Time: 7 minutes The NRC list and the exclusion of 1.9m of people from it widened the fissures and is pushing Assam towards a volatile situation which must be resisted.
Organised resistance to NRC is necessary to stop Bengali Muslims’ persecution by the BJP
Reading Time: 7 minutes It’s an urgent task to build a massive organisation to resist the BJP’s attempts to persecute and dehumanise the Bengali Muslim community using the NRC.
Amit Shah’s Vouching for Citizenship Bill Blatantly Violates the Constitution
Reading Time: 7 minutes The rambling by Amit Shah over the NRC and the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, before supporters in West Bengal exposes a deep conspiracy in making.
Why the NRC and the Assam Accord are Enemies of the Poor People?
Reading Time: 15 minutes The issue of National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam leaving out four million people from its final draft released on 30 July 2018 has created a nationwide stir as […]
Assam Disenfranchisement Exercise Must be Resisted by the People
Reading Time: 7 minutes The BJP-led Assam Government has published the final draft of the National Register of Citizens after surveying the citizenship records and family trees of 32.9 million people residing in Assam […]