Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Topic: Anand Teltumbde

Elgar Parishad prisoners, their family and friends targeted with Israeli spyware

At least eight rights activists who are in jail under draconian UAPA in Elgar Parishad case and family, friends and lawyers of the UAPA prisoners have been targeted by the State using hacking software Pegasus sold by the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group, according to an investigation into a massive data leak.

Four Indians among 274 journalists jailed worldwide: CPJ 2020 Prison Census

Four Indian journalists mentioned in the report are Aasif Sultan (Kashmir Narrator), Siddique Kappan (Malayalam freelance journalist) and renowned columnists and writers Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde.

Human Rights Watch condemns arrests of Teltumbde, Navlakha

"The government should immediately drop all charges under a counterterrorism law against Anand Teltumbde and Gautam Navlakha for allegedly inciting caste-based violence along with other activists during a demonstration in Maharashtra state in 2017," HRW said.

Teltumbde’s arrest on Ambedkar Jayanti is a national shame: Dalit politicians

Prominent Dalit leaders and political representatives have condemned the Supreme Court's order to arrest activist and scholar Anand Teltumbde on Ambedkar Jayanti, in the Bhima Koregaon case.

Condemn SC’s denial of relief from arrest for Teltumbde, Navlakha: Campaign Against State Repression

The Campaign Against State Repression, a collective of more than thirty organizations released a statement on 9th April 2020 to register its strongest condemnation of the impending arrest of Teltumbde and Navlakha.

‘I need your support’, Writes Anand Teltumbde

I, an IIM-A alumnus, IIT Professor, executive director of BPCL, Ex-MD & CEO of Petronet India, senior professor and chair, Big Data Analytics in Goa Institute of Management, author of 26 books, columnist in the Economic and Political Weekly, writer of innumerable articles, a noted scholar of caste-class and public policy issues, leading public intellectual and democratic and educational rights activist face imminent threat of arrest as an ‘Urban Maoist’ in the vilest post-independence plot by the state.