Three of the five human rights activists arrested for having connection with the Maoists were brought to Pune from Pune on Wednesday, their Hyderabad and Mumbai. The Supreme Court has ordered that they be interned in their homes.
Leftist poet and writer Varwar Rao was brought from the plane to Hyderabad. They alleged that workers were trapped. He took the Center and the Government of Maharashtra and said that there could be nothing more than a conspiracy to say that those who fight against fascist policies are conspirators.
It is worth noting that the Supreme Court had told the disagreement as a 'safety valve' of democracy yesterday, to the Maharashtra Police, that the next day the hearing for the five workers was kept under house arrest till September 6. Vernon Gonzalev arrived at his house in Mumbai around 7:30 in the morning. His wife and advocate Susan Abraham said that Vernon has returned home safely and we welcomed him. Gonzalvis claimed that he was framed on the basis of a fake letter so that those people who are actually responsible for the clashes between the Dalits and upper caste marathas near Pune are rescued.
An official said that Ferreira was taken to his house in Charaai area of Thane district, which he had taken to Mumbai. Advocate Sudha Bhardwaj has been lodged in his house in Faridabad while Civil Liberties activist Gautam Navlakha has been kept under house arrest in his Delhi home. Rao, Gonzalevis and Ferreira were taken to Pune on Tuesday night.
Maharashtra Police raided the country on Tuesday and arrested these people. Following the Elgar Council program on December 31 last year, this raid was carried out under the investigation of violence in Bhima-Koregaon near Pune. "Our police officers and personnel will be deployed along with the local police in their respective cities," said Shivaji Pawar, assistant police commissioner of the case, the investigation officer of the case and Pune.
Meanwhile, intellectuals and members of the civil society have described the arrest of human rights activists as malicious actions. They demanded action against the Maharashtra Police and appealed to stop such acts of political retribution. In a joint statement signed by senior citizens including Arundhati Roy, advocate Prashant Bhushan, civil rights activist Aruna Roy and Dalit leader Jignesh Mewani in New Delhi, said that on Tuesday, the arrest of five activists by raiding the country would be all reasonable The violation of the procedures and the legal system has to be mocked. The intellectuals and civil society members have also demanded that the police return the seized laptops and mobile phones during the illegal arrest of these workers.
Mevani told reporters, "They want to wrestle with real issues and reduce the credibility of the Dalit movement." Bhushan said, "Whatever is happening today is more dangerous than the emergency. . "This statement was released in the joint press conference. Aruna Roy, targeting the Modi government, said, "It will deviate till the election and will rule it." At the same time, members of Jharkhand Civil Society, including economist Jane Draze, demanded immediate release of five people. Social worker Stan Swamy has alleged that the government has been silent people who are working for marginalized sections of the marginalized people and the people of the society. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International India said in a joint statement that the government should stop the action of arresting politicians and human rights activists and preventing peaceful disagreements.
The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative said that this incident shows that there is still a wide gap in maintaining police accountability and legislation. In one of the statements signed by Wajahat Habibullah (Former Chief Information Commissioner of India), former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court AP Shah, it has been said that it was executed just a month ago by the Police Reform Act. In the statement, the raid was described as a disturbing person.