Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Topic: falsely accused

Kerala: Muslim man’s home destroyed by RSS men after TV channel falsely accuses him in kidnapping case

The House of a Muslim man was allegedly attacked and destroyed by a group of men associated with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) after his photo and identity were aired by a Malayalam news channel as the kidnapper wanted by Kerala police in a controversial kidnapping case in Kollam district, Kerala.

Gulzar Azmi, who fought for falsely accused Muslim youth all life, dies at 89

Gulzar Azmi, Jamiat Ulema-I-Hind leader and known for his legal representation of Muslim youth falsely accused of terrorism, died in Mumbai on Sunday, 20 August.

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. 

Tuticorin custodial deaths: CBI reiterates that father-son duo was arrested in false case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) reiterated that the father-son duo Jeyaraj and Beniks, who died due to custodial torture at the hands of the Sathankulam police, had been arrested in a false case.

Son in prison

In March, the single mother in her sixties moved to the Supreme Court of India challenging against UAPA and its new amendment. The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) plea is requested to declare the counter-terrorism act ‘unconstitutional and violative of fundamental rights.’

Birthday cards from students for jailed professor Hany Babu as he turns 54

On Sunday, when Delhi University Professor Hany Babu turns 54 in a Mumbai jail where he's been imprisoned in connection with the Bhima Koregaon-Elgar Parishad case, his students tried to ensure that he's not greeted with silence.