Thursday, June 13, 2024

Topic: Abdul Wahid Shaikh

Mumbai: NIA raids prisoners’ rights activist Wahid Shaikh’s home

The National Investigation Agency is conducting searches at the Mumbai residence of prisoners' rights activist Abdul Wahid Shaikh, who is known for his advocacy against fabricated cases involving Muslim youth in India.

Launch of book on Ishrat Jahan fake encounter canceled after Pune police ultimatum

The launch of an Urdu book based on the fake encounter of Ishrat Jahan was called off following the Pune Police said that they would take stringent action against organizers.

Haemolymph: Movie portrays Muslim teacher crushed by Indian state

An industry which parroted the state narrative of Muslim being the terrorists dared to tell the story of an innocent Muslim teacher Wahid Shaikh who was falsely implicated in 7/11 Mumbai train blast and spent almost nine years in jail to satisfy the ‘collective conscience’ of the state. Haemolymph movie, directed by Sudarshan Gamare, got released in more than 120 theatres across India in its initial phase. 

Innocent Prisoners; A first-hand experience with State, police and judiciary

Abdul Wahid Shaikh's 500 plus pages book published by Pharos publication, will be one of the most poignant contemporary prison literature, which has scanned and exposed the Indian state apparatus most blatantly.