Saturday, April 20, 2024

Topic: Afreen Fatima

Due process must be followed, says SC on UP demolitions

Observing that “due process must be followed while carrying out demolitions of illegal constructions”, the Supreme Court on Thursday sought the response of the Uttar Pradesh government on Jamiat-Ulama-I-Hind’s plea against the demolition of Muslims in the state.

Video | Afreen Fatima on demolition of her house and incarceration of her father

Speaking to Maktoob, Afreen Fatima decodes what had happened to her family and how it has become a disturbing pattern for Muslims in India.

“You will be killed for being Muslim”: Afreen Fatima’s sister shares ordeal during detention

On the night of June 11, when 19-year-old Sumaiya Fatima told the police that her sister, Afreen Fatima was an activist and a student at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), the police changed their tone.

Indian media gloats as Muslim activist’s house reduces to rubble

The civic authorities in Uttar Pradesh's Allahabad razed the house of Muslim activists Javed Muhammed and Afreen Fatima on Sunday; the authorities claimed that it was an unauthorised construction.

We will be on the streets and we know it is not safe at all

This street is our last refuge. We have a single question for the patronisers who allege today's Indian Muslims of being emotional. What do you want us to do!? Should we line up in front of you like the Jews during German Nazism?

Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind moves Supreme Court against demolition of Muslims’ houses in UP

Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind has moved the Supreme Court seeking directions to the Uttar Pradesh government to ensure that no further demolitions are carried out without following due process.