Sunday, June 16, 2024

Topic: Fake Encounter

Ishrat Jahan extrajudicial killing: Case against three remaining cops dropped

A special CBI court in Ahmedabad on Wednesday discharged three policemen accused in the extrajudicial killing of Ishrat Jahan, Javed Shaikh and two others in June 2004.

CP Jaleel’s family demands fresh probe into Kerala police’s extrajudicial killing

Kerala based human rights group Janakeeya Manushyavakasa Prasthanam and family of C.P. Jaleel, a suspected Maoist who was shot dead at a private resort at Vythiri in Wayanad district on 6 March last year by Kerala police, staged a dharna in front of the Wayanad collectorate raising a slew of demands including a comprehensive probe by a government agency into the extrajudicial killing.

Encounter killings: The new normal in Kerala

It is shocking to acknowledge that Kerala is going through a massive violation of human rights and values since the emergency. These narratives are undoubtedly pointing towards the state’s violent and intolerant approach towards the Maoists, which requires questioning.

Extra-judicial killing of Maoist in Kerala: Rights group writes to NHRC

National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO) has written a letter to National Human Rights Commission for a fair and impartial investigation regarding the extra judicial killing of Maoist leader A Velmurugan in Kerala’s Wayanad district earlier this week.

Killings by Indian Army of three Kashmiris must be independently investigated: Human Rights Watch

The Indian authorities should immediately order an independent, impartial investigation into the killings by security forces of three people in July 2020 in Jammu and Kashmir, Human Rights Watch said Saturday.

4 Maoists were shot and killed by Kerala Police

On October 29, the Kerala Police gunned down three Maoists near Agali in Kerala’s Palakkad district. They killed Manivasakam and Karthik from Tamil Nadu and Sreemati and Suresh from Karnataka