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India: Restore the Rule of Law in Bastar - An appeal from lawyers, artists, writers, journalists and concerned citizens

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sacw.net - 31 January 2017 [updated on 3 Feb 2017]

Restore the Rule of Law in Bastar

This is an appeal for restoration of the rule of law in Bastar (Chhattisgarh), assured access without interference to any persons concerned with human rights abuses in the area, and action against those guilty of harassing such persons or other violations of human rights.

Among other recent incidents of harassment is a brazen attack on Dr. Bela Bhatia, an independent scholar and activist who has been striving to live and work peacefully in Bastar for the last two years. On 23 January, a belligerent group of about 30 goons barged into her house in Parpa village (outside Jagdalpur), threatened to burn it, and told her to leave within 24 hours or face the consequences. Under pressure, Bela and her landlady had to sign a statement promising that she would leave the next day. This happened just after Bela helped a team of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to investigate local women’s complaints of sexual violence by the security forces near Bijapur. Despite the police having video footage of the incident, no action has been taken against anyone. Bela had faced similar harassment before, on several occasions.

There have been many similar acts of harassment of human rights activists, lawyers, journalists, scholars and other independent observers in Bastar during the last few months. The Jagdalpur Legal Aid (JAGLAG) group had to leave the area after their landlord came under pressure from the police. Journalists Malini Subramaniam from Scroll and Alok Putul from BBC were also forced to leave, and many local journalists (Lingaram Kodopi, Santosh Yadav, Samaru Nag, among others) have been harassed in one way or another. Soni Sori, Manish Kunjam and other outspoken leaders of opposition parties such as the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Communist Party of India (CPI) have been routinely threatened or attacked. Members of a team of lawyers, journalists and human rights activists who recently visited Bastar from Andhra Pradesh and Telengana were promptly booked under the Chhattisgarh Special Public Security Act. An absurd FIR has also been lodged by the police against sociologist Nandini Sundar and her colleagues, accusing them of murder no less. There have been many other recent cases of harassment of people who speak up against human rights violations in the area. To the best of our knowledge, no action has been taken against anyone in any of these cases.

Further, these are just a few incidents that came to the notice of the national media because the victims were able to defend themselves. Much larger numbers of local people, men and women, have been victims of worse human rights abuses from the police and security forces for years. The human rights situation in Bastar has come under persistent criticism from the NHRC, the National Commission for Women, the People’s Union for Civil Liberties, Amnesty International, the Supreme Court, and other respected institutions created for overseeing the protection of human rights and civil liberties.

Aside from the police and security forces, private vigilantes have also participated in recent acts of harassment of independent observers. There is evidence of police support for these outfits – first the Salwa Judum (now banned by the Supreme Court), then the Samajik Ekta Manch, and more recently the so-called Action Group for National Integration (AGNI). Video footage of the recent attack on Bela Bhatia was circulated by one AGNI member on social media. Last October, uniformed personnel of the Chhattisgarh Auxiliary Armed Police Force burnt the effigies of six human rights activists in public, calling them “anti-national” – no action was taken against them.

The aim of these acts of intimidation and hostility appears to be to clear the area of any dissenting voices so that the police and security forces have a free hand. Inspector General of Police SRP Kalluri, notorious for his heavy-handed methods, makes no secret of this objective. This threatens to create an extremely dangerous situation in Bastar, where ordinary people have no defense whatsoever as the security forces exercise overwhelming power in the area without any accountability.

As citizens of India, we are deeply concerned about this situation as well as about the possibility that it might spread beyond Bastar. By way of immediate safeguards, we demand:

1. Restoration of the rule of law in Bastar. The security forces and other state institutions must act within the law and Constitution at all times.

2. Unrestricted access to the area, without interference, to all scholars, activists, lawyers, journalists and others concerned with human rights violations.

3. No state support for any vigilante groups that do not respect the law and human rights.

4. Strict and swift action against those guilty of recent acts of harassment and human rights violations.

Violence on peaceful residents and visitors, whether by the State machinery or state-sponsored vigilantes or Maoist cadre, must end, and negotiations to end armed conflict in the area must begin immediately.

Signatories
 
1. A.K. Shiva Kumar [Economist]
2. A.P. Shah [Former Chief Justice, Delhi High Court and former Chairman, Law Commission of India]
3. Aashish Gupta [Research scholar, University of Pennsylvania]
4. Achal Prabhala [Writer and researcher]
5. Achin Vanaik [Retired professor, Delhi University]
6. Ajay S. Mehta [Sewa Mandir, Udaipur]
7. Ajay Skaria [Department of History, University of Minnesota]
8. Ajit Menon [Professor, Madras Institute of Development Studies]
9. Ajitha G.S. [Editor and publisher]
10. Akhil Kumar [Journalist]
11. Alina Tiphagne [People’s Watch]
12. Amit Mitra [Journalist]
13. Amita Baviskar [Professor of Sociology, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi]
14. Amita Dhanda [Professor, Hyderabad]
15. Amitabha Bagchi [Novelist]
16. Ammu Joseph [Journalist and author]
17. Amrita Johri [Satark Nagrik Sangathan, Delhi]
18. Anand Grover [Lawyers Collective]
19. Anindita Adhikari [Research scholar, Brown University]
20. Anirban Hazra [Faculty, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune]
21. Anita Dube [Artist]
22. Anjali Bhardwaj [Satark Nagrik Sangathan, Delhi]
23. Anuj Bhuwania [Assistant Professor, Sociology, South Asian University]
24. Anumeha Yadav [Reporter, Scroll.in]
25. Anuradha Joshi [Cluster Leader, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex]
26. Anuradha Kapur [Theatre director]
27. Aparna Chandra [Assistant Professor, National Law University, Delhi]
28. Aparna John [Research scholar, University of Sussex]
29. Aparna Karthikeyan [Independent journalist]
30. Ardhendu Sen [IAS (Retd.) and former Chief Secretary, Government of West Bengal]
31. Arudra Burra [Assistant Professor, IIT Delhi]
32. Arun Srivastava [Senior journalist]
33. Aruna Roy [Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan]
34. Arundhati Roy [Writer]
35. Ashutosh Varshney [Professor of Political Science, Brown University]
36. Atul Chaurasia [Journalist]
37. Augustine Veliath [Child rights activist]
38. Aurobindo Ghose [Advocate and human rights activist]
39. Avani Batra [Film-maker]
40. Bahar Dutt [Journalist]
41. Balveer Arora [Research Professor, Institute of Social Sciences]
42. Bezwada Wilson [Safai Karmachari Andolan]
43. Bhrigupati Singh [Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Brown University]
44. Bina Agarwal [Professor of Economics]
45. Bindu Batra [Art administrator]
46. C. Rammanohar Reddy [Readers’ editor, Scroll.in]
47. C. Vanaja [Independent journalist]
48. Chaman Lal [Retired professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University]
49. Chandan Srivastawa [Journalist]
50. Chander Uday Singh [Senior Advocate, Supreme Court]
51. Debraj Ray [Professor of Economics, New York University]
52. Deepta Chopra [Research fellow, University of Sussex]
53. Dilip Simeon [Historian and writer]
54. Freny Manecksha [Independent journalist]
55. G. Balagopal [IAS (Retd.) and former Resident Representative, UNICEF, North Korea]
56. G. Mohan Gopal [Lawyer and former director, National Judicial Academy]
57. G. Sampath [Senior journalist]
58. Gauri Gill [Photographer]
59. Gautam Rao [Assistant Professor of Economics, Harvard University]
60. Gautam Sonti [Film-maker]
61. Geeta Kapur [Art critic and curator]
62. George Monippally [Bharat Jan Andolan]
63. Gopal Subramanium [Senior Advocate and former Solicitor General of India]
64. Gouri Chatterjee [Journalist and writer]
65. H M Sanjeev Kumar [Professor, Department of Political Science, Delhi University]
66. Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar [Doctor and writer, Jharkhand]
67. Harsh Kapoor [Independent researcher]
68. Himanshu Thakkar [SANDRP, Dehi]
69. Hridayesh Joshi [Writer and journalist]
70. Ilina Sen [Academic]
71. Indira Jaising [Lawyers Collective, Delhi]
72. Ingrid Srinath [Director, Centre for Social Impact and Philantropy, Ashoka University]
73. Javed Akhtar [Poet and lyricist]
74. Jawahar Raja [Advocate, Delhi]
75. Jawed Naqvi [Journalist]
76. Jean Drèze [Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, Ranchi University]
77. Jeebesh Bagchi [Artist]
78. Jinee Lokaneeta [Associate Professor, Drew University]
79. Juhi Jain [Feminist activist]
80. Kalpana Sharma [Senior journalist]
81. Kamini Jaiswal [Senior Advocate, Supreme Court]
82. Kamla Bhasin [Feminist activist]
83. Kavita Krishnan [All India Progressive Women’s Association]
84. Kavita Ramakrishnan [Lecturer, School of International Development, University of East Anglia]
85. Keshav Desiraju [IAS Ret’d and former Secretary, Government of India]
86. Kishore Gawande [Professor, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin]
87. Lalitha Iyer [Consultant , Bengaluru]
88. Latha Jishnu [Senior journalist]
89. Lawrence Liang [Professor of Law, Ambedkar University]
90. Lyla Mehta [Professorial fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex]
91. Madhav Nori [Professor of Mathematics, University of Chicago]
92. Manoj Mitta [Senior journalist and author]
93. Manoranjan Mohanty [Retired Professor of Political Science, Delhi University]
94. Mathew John [Jindal Global Law School]
95. Meena Kandasamy [Writer]
96. Meena Seshu [Social activist]
97. Mithilesh Kumar [Video Volunteers]
98. Monalisa Jena [Journalist]
99. Monica Narula [Artist]
100. Mrinal Pande [Senior journalist and author]
101. Mukul Kesavan [Author]
102. N Sukumar [Professor, Department of Political Science, Delhi University]
103. Nalini Rajan [Professor of media studies]
104. Nancy Adajania [Cultural theorist and art critic]
105. Nandini Oza [Independent writer]
106. Nandini Rao [Feminist activist]
107. Nandita Das [Actor and film-maker]
108. Nandita Narain [Professor of Mathematics, St Stephen’s College, Delhi]
109. Naveena Naqvi [Research scholar, History, UCLA]
110. Neelam Man Singh [Theatre director]
111. Neera Burra [Sociologist and retired UNDP official]
112. Neha Naqvi [Lawyer and activist]
113. Nikhil Dey [Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan]
114. Nilanjana S Roy [Author]
115. Nilima Sheikh [Artist]
116. Nitin Sethi [Senior associate editor, Business Standard]
117. Nitya Rao [Professor, School of International Development, University of East Anglia]
118. P.T. Sebastian [Editor-at-large, National Herald]
119. Pamela Philipose [Senior journalist]
120. Panini Anand [Deputy editor (digital), India Today]
121. Pankaj Mishra [Writer]
122. Paranjoy Guha Thakurta [Editor, Economic and Political Weekly]
123. Partha Chatterjee [Professor, Columbia University and CSSS, Kolkata]
124. Partha S. Banerjee [Academic]
125. Partha Sen [Retired Professor, Delhi School of Economics]
126. Parvati Sharma [Author]
127. Poonam Muthreja [Executive Director, Population Foundation of India]
128. Pradeep Dubey [Leading Professor, Center for Game Theory, Stony Brook University]
129. Prasanna Ramaswamy [Theatre worker]
130. Pratap Bhanu Mehta [President, Centre for Policy Research]
131. Prem Verma [Convenor, Jharkhand Nagrik Prayas]
132. Prerna Singh [Professor of Political Science, Brown University]
133. Pushpamala N. [Artist, Bangalore]
134. Radha Ramaswamy [Founder Trustee, Centre for Community Dialogue and Change]
135. Rahul Ram [Musician]
136. Rahul Roy [Film-maker]
137. Rajaraman Sundaresan [Research scholar]
138. Rajeev Dhavan [Senior Advocate, Supreme Court]
139. Rajesh Dev [Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Delhi University]
140. Rajiv Kumar [Founder Director, Pahle India Foundation]
141. Rajni George [Senior Editor, Penguin Random House India]
142. Raju Ramachandran [Senior Advocate, Supreme Court]
143. Ramachandra Guha [Historian]
144. Randeep Wadehra [Ordinary law-abiding citizen]
145. Ratika Kapur [Author]
146. Ravinder Kaur [Head, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi]
147. Ravindran Sriramachandran [Assistant Professor of Sociology, Ashoka University]
148. Razak Khan [Research Fellow, Göttingen University]
149. Rebecca John [Senior Advocate, Supreme Court]
150. Reetika Khera [Associate Professor of Economics, IIT Delhi]
151. Richard Mahapatra [Journalist]
152. Rohini Mohan [Independent journalist, Bangalore]
153. Rohit De [Historian, Yale University]
154. Ruchi Chaturvedi [Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Cape Town]
155. Rukmini Bhaya Nair [Poet and Professor of Linguistics and English, IIITD]
156. Saba Dewan [Film-maker]
157. Saeed Naqvi [Senior Journalist]
158. Sameer Murthy [Reader, Physics, King’s College London]
159. Sandhya Gokhale [Forum Against the Oppression of Women, Mumbai]
160. Sanjay Kak [Film-maker]
161. Sanjay Rajoura [Stand-up comic]
162. Satyajit Singh [Professor, Department of Political Science, Delhi University]
163. Shabana Azmi [Actor]
164. Shail Mayaram [Professor, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies]
165. Shals Mahajan [Writer]
166. Sharmila Tagore [Actor]
167. Sharmila Samant [Associate Professor, Shiv Nadar University]
168. Shiney Varghese, Senior Policy Analyst, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, USA
169. Shome Basu [Journalist]
170. Shrimoyee Nandini Ghosh [Lawyer and researcher]
171. Shripad Dharamadhikary [Manthan Adhyayan Kendra, Badwani and Pune]
172. Shubhranshu Choudhary [CGNet Swara]
173. Shuddhabrata Sengupta [Artist]
174. Shuddhabrata Sengupta [Author and activist]
175. Shyam Divan [Senior advocate, Supreme Court]
176. Siddharth Narrain [Legal researcher, Delhi]
177. Siddhartha [Advocate]
178. Siddhartha Deb [Writer]
179. Simona Sawhney [Associate Professor, IIT Delhi]
180. Sohail Hashmi [Writer and documentary film-maker]
181. Sohrab Hura [Photographer]
182. Sonia Faleiro [Author and publisher]
183. Sreenivasan Jain [Managing editor, NDTV]
184. Srinivasan Ramani [Senior journalist]
185. Stan Swamy [Bagaicha, Jharkhand]
186. Suchi Pande [Researcher and activist]
187. Sudha Narayanan [Associate Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research]
188. Sundar Burra [IAS (Retd.) and former Secretary, Government of Maharashtra]
189. Sudipto Mundle [Economist]
190. Suhas Borker [Convener, Working Group on Alternative Strategies]
191. Sujata Visaria [Assistant Professor of Economics, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology]
192. Sunit Arora [Senior journalist]
193. Sunita Narain [Director, Centre for Science and Environment]
194. Supriya Sharma [National editor, Scroll.in]
195. Susan Visvanathan [Professor, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, JNU]
196. Sushila Ravindranath [Senior journalist]
197. Suvir Kaul [Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania]
198. Swaminathan S.A. Aiyar [Consulting Editor, Times of India]
199. Syed Hassan Kazim [Journalist]
200. Syeda Hameed [former Member, Planning Commission]
201. Tanmoy Bhaduri [Photojournalist]
202. Tanvir Aeijaz [Associate Professor, Ramjas College, Delhi University]
203. Trisha Gupta [Writer and critic]
204. Udit Misra [Associate Editor, Business Standard]
205. Ujjwal Kumar Singh [Professor, Department of Political Science, Delhi University]
206. Uttam Sengupta [Executive Editor, National Herald]
207. V. Bhaskar [Professor of Economics, University of Texas at Austin]
208. Vasudha Chhotray [Senior Lecturer, University of East Anglia]
209. Vasuki Nesiah [Associate Professor of Practice, New York University]
210. Vikas Dubey [Research scholar, IIT Kanpur]
211. Vipul Mudgal [Inclusive Media for Change]
212. Virginius Xaxa [Professor of Eminence, Tezpur University, Assam]
213. Vivan Sundaram [Artist]
214. Wilfred Dcosta [INSAF]
215. Yug Mohit Chaudhry [Lawyer]

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[Hindi translation of the Bastar appeal ]

बस्तर में काननू का पालन हो !

इस चिट्ठी के जरिए हम अपील किते हैं कक बस्ति(छत्तीसगढ़) में काननू का पालन हो, इलाके में मानवाचिकाि के हनन के शिकाि ककसी भी व्यक्तत तक कोई पहुंिना िाहे तो उसे बािा ना पहुंिायी जाय औि बािा पहुंिाने वाले लोगों या ककसी अन्य मानवाचिकाि का उल्लुंघन किने वालों के खिलाफ कािरवाई की जाय.

मानवाचिकाि की िक्षा के शलए काम कि िहे लोगों को पिेिान किने की हाल की एक घटना में बडी बेिमी से डा. बेला भाटटया को ननिाना बनाया गया. बेला भाटटया एक स्वतुंत्र अध्येता हैं औि पपछले दो सालों से बस्ति में िहने औि िाुंनतपवू कर काम किने की कोशिि कि िही हैं. बीते 23 जनविी कोतकिीबन 30 गण्डों की उग्र भीड ने बेला भाटटया के पिपा गाुंव(जगदलपि क्स्ित) क्स्ित घि पि िावा बोला, घि को जलाने की िमकी दी औि कहा कक 24 घुंटे के भीति यहाुं से ननकल जाओ वनार अजुं ाम भगतने को तैयाि िहो. दबाव में आकि बेला भाटटया औि उनकी मकान मालककन को एक बयान में यह शलिकि कक अगले टदन घि छोड देंगे,उसपि दस्तित किने पड.े इस घटनासेतिुंतपहलेबेलाभाटटयानेबीजापिकेनजदीकसिक्षा-बलोंकेहािोंयौन-टहसुंाका शिकाि हई मटहलाओुं की शिकायत की छान-बीन के काम के शलए आई िाष्ट्रीय मानवाचिकाि आयोग की टीम की मदद की िी. पशलस ने घटना की वीडडयो फटेज मौजूद होने के बावजूद ककसी के खिलाफ कोई कािरवाई नहीुं की. बेला भाटटया को पहले भी कई बाि ऐसे उत्पीडन का सामना किना पडा है.

बीते कछ महीनों में बस्ति में मानवाचिकाि कायकर तार, वकील, पत्रकाि तिा अध्येताओुं को सताने की ऐसी कई घटनाएुं हई हैं. जगदलपि लीगल ऐड(जगलग) नाम के समहू को इलाका छोडना पडा तयोंकक उनके मकान-माशलक पि पशलस ने ऐसा किने के शलए दबाव डाला िा. स्रॉल की पत्रकाि माशलनी सब्रमण्यम औि बीबीसी के आलोक पतल को भी इलाका छोडने के शलए मजबिू ककया गयाऔिकईस्िानीयपत्रकािों(शलगुंिामकोडोपी,सुंतोषयादव,समरुनागतिाअन्य) कोएक ना एक तिीके से सताया गया है. सोनी सोिी, मनीष कुं जम तिा आम आदमी पाटी औि भाितीय कम्यननस्ट पाटी(सीपीआई) के अन्य मिि नेताओुं को िोज िमकी शमलती है या उनपि हमले हए हैं. आुंध्रप्रदेि औि तेलुंगाना के वकील, पत्रकाि तिा मानवाचिकाि कायकर तारओुं की एक टोली के सदस्यों ने हाल ही में बस्ति का दौिा ककया तो उन्हें तिुंत ही छत्तीसगढ़ स्पिे ल पक्ललक शसतयरिटी काननू के तहत चगिफ्ताि कि शलया गया. पशलस ने समाजिास्त्री नुंटदनी सुंदि औि उनके सहयोचगयों के खिलाफ एक बेमानी-मतलब का एफआईआि दजर ककया है क्जसमें इन पि हत्या के आिोप मढ़े गये हैं. बस्ति में मानवाचिकाि के उल्लुंघन का मद्दा उठाने वाले लोगों को सताने की हाल में कई औि घटनाएुं हई हैं. हमािी जानकािी में ऐसा एक भी मा
मला नहीुं है क्जसमें ककसी के खिलाफ कोई कािरवाई की गई हो.

िाष्ट्रीय मीडडया की नजि में अगि बस्ति की ऐसी कछ घटनाएुं आ सकी हैं तो इसशलए कक पीडडत अपनी सिक्षा किने में सक्षम हैं. इससे कहीुं ज्यादा बडी तादाद में स्िानीय लोग, मदर-औित पशलस औि सिक्षा बलों के हािों भािी प्रताडना का शिकाि हए हैं, उनके मानवाचिकािों का बिसों से उल्लुंघन होता िला आया है. नागरिक अचिकािों तिा मानवाचिकािों की ननगिानी औि िक्षा के शलए बनाये गए िाष्ट्रीय मानवाचिकाि आयोग, िाष्ट्रीय मटहला आयोग, पीपल्स यनू नयन फॉि शसपवल शलबटटरज(पीयसू ीएल), एमनेस्टी इुंटिनेिनल, सप्रीम कोटर सटहत अन्य जानी-मानी सुंस्िाओुं ने बस्ति में मानवाचिकािों के हनन की लगाताि आलोिना की है.

स्वतुंत्र अध्येताओुं के उत्पीडन की हाशलया घटनाओुं में पशलस औि सिक्षा बलों के अनतरितत दबुंगई किने वाली ननजी जमातों ने भी टहस्सा शलया है. इस बात के सबतू हैं कक इन जमातों को पशलस का समिनर हाशसल है—पहले सलवा जडूम(सप्रीम कोटर ने इस पि प्रनतबिुं लगा टदया है),कफि सामाक्जक एकता मुंि औि हाल के समय में तिाकचित एतिन ग्रप फॉि नेिनल इुंटीग्रेिन(अक्नन) को पशलस ने िह टदया है. बेला भाटटया पि हए हमले की वीडडयो फटेज ‘अक्नन’ के एक सदस्य ने सोिल मीडडया पि फैलायी है. बीते अततबू ि माह में छत्तीसगढ़ सहायक सिस्त्र पशलस बल( छत्तीसगढ़ अक्तजशलयिी आम्डर फोस)र के वदीिारियों ने छह मानवाचिकाि कायकर तारओुं का िलेआम पतला जलाया औि उन्हें “िाष्ट्रपविोिी” किाि टदया. लेककन, इनके खिलाफ कोई कािरवाई नहीुं हई.

िमकाने औि दश्मनी ननभाने की इन गनतपवचियों का मकसद यही जान पडता है कक इलाके में िल िही मनमानी के खिलाफ बोलने वाला कोई ना बिे औि पशलस तिा सिक्षा बलों को िली छूट शमल जाय. अपने सख्त तौि-तिीकों के शलए बदनाम पशलस महकमे के इुंस्पेतटि जनिल एसआिपी कल्लिी का यह मकसद अब ककसी से छपा नहीुं है. इन सब बातों के कािण बस्ति में बडी ितिनाक हालत पैदा होने की आिुंका है जहाुं सिक्षा बल बबना ककसी जवाबदेही के अपना डडुं ा फटकािेंगे औि जन-सािािण के पास अपनी िक्षा के शलए कछ ना बिगे ा.

देि के नागरिक के रुप में हमलोग इस क्स्िनत को लेकि बहत चिक्न्तत हैं औि हमें यह भी लग िहा है कक बस्ति के बाहि भी ऐसी क्स्िनत बन सकती है. तात्काशलक सिक्षा के ख्याल से हमािी माुंग है कक :

1. बस्ति में कानून का पालन हो. सिक्षा बल तिा िाज्य की अन्य सुंस्िाएुं हमेिा काननू औि सुंपविान के दायिे में िहकि काम किें.

2. सभीअध्येता,कायकरतार,वकील,पत्रकाितिामानवाचिकािोंकेउल्लुंघनकोलेकिचिक्न्तत अन्य लोगों को इलाके में बबना ककसी बािा के पहुंिने-िहने टदया जाय.

3. जोि-जबदरस्ती औि दबुंगई पि उतारु काननू औि मानवाचिकाि का सम्मान ना किने वाले ककसी भी समहू को िाज्य की ओि से समिनर ना टदया जाय.

4. उत्पीडन औि मानवाचिकाि के उल्लुंघन की हाल की घटनाओुं के क्जम्मेदाि लोगों पि जल्द औि कडी कािरवाई हो.

िानुं तपवू कर िह िहे लोगों औि आगन्तकों पि टहसुं ा हि हाल में बुंद होनी िाटहए िाहे वह िाजकीय तुंत्र के जरिए हो िही हो या िाज्य की िह पाकि दबुंगई किने वाली जमातों या कफि माओवादी कै डिों के हािों. औि, इलाके में िल िहे हचियािबुंद झगडे को ित्म किने के शलए बातिीत तिुंत िरु की जानी िाटहए.

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