Activists Arrested Across India


'Activists Arrested Across India' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday slammed the Maharashtra police for holding a press conference last week over the arrest of five left-wing activists in multi-city raids for alleged Maoist links and favoured timely filing of charges rather than labelling the accused as "Urban Naxals".

  • Sonia Gandhi's National Advisory Council Was For Supporting Naxalism: BJP

    Sonia Gandhi's National Advisory Council Was For Supporting Naxalism: BJP

    Accusing the Congress of patronising and funding the maoists, the BJP said on Monday that the now-defunct National Advisory Council (NAC), headed by Sonia Gandhi during the previous UPA regime, was the body for "supporting naxalism".

  • "Rahul Gandhi Talks IS Abroad, Safeguards Maoists At Home": BJP Hits Back

    "Rahul Gandhi Talks IS Abroad, Safeguards Maoists At Home": BJP Hits Back

    The BJP today launched a sharp counterattack on the Congress over Tuesday's arrest of five activists on terror charges. "Naxals are Naxals when you arrest them and human rights activists when we arrest them?" demanded party spokesperson Sambit Patra a day after Rahul Gandhi's sharp attack on the BJP and its ideological mentor, the Rashtriya Swayams...

  • What You Need To Know About 5 Activists Arrested After Multi-City Raids

    What You Need To Know About 5 Activists Arrested After Multi-City Raids

    Five of the 10 activists, who were taken into custody over suspected Maoist links, have been put under house arrest until the Supreme Court's next hearing on September 6. The arrests followed simultaneous multi-city raids that began early in on Tuesday in Mumbai, Thane, Hyderabad, Ranchi, Delhi and Faridabad.

  • Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    As many as 128 organisations suspected to have links with Maoists were identified by the UPA government in 2012 and some of those arrested by the Maharashtra Police on Tuesday were part of these front organisations of the extremist groups.

  • 5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    Home Ministry officials today justified the arrest of activists by the Pune police, saying action was taken against them for "abetting and giving logistical support to Naxals". The arrests and multi-city raids had drawn widespread condemnation and a petition to put it on hold. A petition to put the arrests on hold was heard by the Supreme Court, wh...

  • Varavara Rao Forced To Sign Police Papers In Marathi, Alleges Son-In-Law

    Varavara Rao Forced To Sign Police Papers In Marathi, Alleges Son-In-Law

    A relative of poet Varavara Rao on Tuesday accused Pune Police of "forcing" him and his wife Hemalatha to sign a 'punchnama' in Marathi language.

  • Letters Over Plans To Assassinate PM, Amit Shah Led To Action: Officials

    Letters Over Plans To Assassinate PM, Amit Shah Led To Action: Officials

    Two letters, purportedly exchanged by Maoist leaders, indicated plans to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah and Home Minister Rajnath Singh, leading to police action against prominent left-wing activists in several states and the arrest of five of them for suspected links with the Maoists, security officials said.

  • Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    The tussle over the custody of arrested human rights lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj carried on well past midnight after her lawyers alleged that the Pune Police refused to comply with the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

  • "Democratic Rights Attacked" Says Sitaram Yechury On Activists' Arrest

    "Democratic Rights Attacked" Says Sitaram Yechury On Activists' Arrest

    The CPM accused the Centre of "attacking the democratic rights of people" as the Pune police, in a multi-city sweep, arrested five activists and raid nine under allegations of Maoist links today. The arrests have triggered shock and anger, and author Arundhati Roy has called it a "virtual declaration of emergency".

  • "Only 1 NGO In New India": Rahul Gandhi's Dig At RSS On Activists' Arrest

    "Only 1 NGO In New India": Rahul Gandhi's Dig At RSS On Activists' Arrest

    After country-wide raids and arrests of prominent activists for alleged Maoist links, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday took a dig at the centre and said that in the "new India", there was place for only one NGO - the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or the RSS, which is the ideological mentor of the BJP.

  • After Arrest Of Activists Over "Maoist Plot", A Midnight Drama: 10 Facts

    After Arrest Of Activists Over "Maoist Plot", A Midnight Drama: 10 Facts

    Nine rights activists were searched and five of them arrested on Tuesday over allegations of Maoist links after sweeping multi-city raids that have been described by many as "absolutely chilling" and a "virtual declaration of emergency". The raids and arrests were by the Pune police, in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence in January, in whi...

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'Activists Arrested Across India' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Instead Of Saying 'Urban Naxals', File Charges Faster: Uddhav Thackeray

    Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday slammed the Maharashtra police for holding a press conference last week over the arrest of five left-wing activists in multi-city raids for alleged Maoist links and favoured timely filing of charges rather than labelling the accused as "Urban Naxals".

  • Sonia Gandhi's National Advisory Council Was For Supporting Naxalism: BJP

    Sonia Gandhi's National Advisory Council Was For Supporting Naxalism: BJP

    Accusing the Congress of patronising and funding the maoists, the BJP said on Monday that the now-defunct National Advisory Council (NAC), headed by Sonia Gandhi during the previous UPA regime, was the body for "supporting naxalism".

  • "Rahul Gandhi Talks IS Abroad, Safeguards Maoists At Home": BJP Hits Back

    "Rahul Gandhi Talks IS Abroad, Safeguards Maoists At Home": BJP Hits Back

    The BJP today launched a sharp counterattack on the Congress over Tuesday's arrest of five activists on terror charges. "Naxals are Naxals when you arrest them and human rights activists when we arrest them?" demanded party spokesperson Sambit Patra a day after Rahul Gandhi's sharp attack on the BJP and its ideological mentor, the Rashtriya Swayams...

  • What You Need To Know About 5 Activists Arrested After Multi-City Raids

    What You Need To Know About 5 Activists Arrested After Multi-City Raids

    Five of the 10 activists, who were taken into custody over suspected Maoist links, have been put under house arrest until the Supreme Court's next hearing on September 6. The arrests followed simultaneous multi-city raids that began early in on Tuesday in Mumbai, Thane, Hyderabad, Ranchi, Delhi and Faridabad.

  • Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    Arrested Activists Linked To Maoist Outfits On UPA List: Home Ministry

    As many as 128 organisations suspected to have links with Maoists were identified by the UPA government in 2012 and some of those arrested by the Maharashtra Police on Tuesday were part of these front organisations of the extremist groups.

  • 5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    5 Activists Gave Maoists Financial, Logistical Support: Ministry Sources

    Home Ministry officials today justified the arrest of activists by the Pune police, saying action was taken against them for "abetting and giving logistical support to Naxals". The arrests and multi-city raids had drawn widespread condemnation and a petition to put it on hold. A petition to put the arrests on hold was heard by the Supreme Court, wh...

  • Varavara Rao Forced To Sign Police Papers In Marathi, Alleges Son-In-Law

    Varavara Rao Forced To Sign Police Papers In Marathi, Alleges Son-In-Law

    A relative of poet Varavara Rao on Tuesday accused Pune Police of "forcing" him and his wife Hemalatha to sign a 'punchnama' in Marathi language.

  • Letters Over Plans To Assassinate PM, Amit Shah Led To Action: Officials

    Letters Over Plans To Assassinate PM, Amit Shah Led To Action: Officials

    Two letters, purportedly exchanged by Maoist leaders, indicated plans to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah and Home Minister Rajnath Singh, leading to police action against prominent left-wing activists in several states and the arrest of five of them for suspected links with the Maoists, security officials said.

  • Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    The tussle over the custody of arrested human rights lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj carried on well past midnight after her lawyers alleged that the Pune Police refused to comply with the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

  • "Democratic Rights Attacked" Says Sitaram Yechury On Activists' Arrest

    "Democratic Rights Attacked" Says Sitaram Yechury On Activists' Arrest

    The CPM accused the Centre of "attacking the democratic rights of people" as the Pune police, in a multi-city sweep, arrested five activists and raid nine under allegations of Maoist links today. The arrests have triggered shock and anger, and author Arundhati Roy has called it a "virtual declaration of emergency".

  • "Only 1 NGO In New India": Rahul Gandhi's Dig At RSS On Activists' Arrest

    "Only 1 NGO In New India": Rahul Gandhi's Dig At RSS On Activists' Arrest

    After country-wide raids and arrests of prominent activists for alleged Maoist links, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday took a dig at the centre and said that in the "new India", there was place for only one NGO - the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or the RSS, which is the ideological mentor of the BJP.

  • After Arrest Of Activists Over "Maoist Plot", A Midnight Drama: 10 Facts

    After Arrest Of Activists Over "Maoist Plot", A Midnight Drama: 10 Facts

    Nine rights activists were searched and five of them arrested on Tuesday over allegations of Maoist links after sweeping multi-city raids that have been described by many as "absolutely chilling" and a "virtual declaration of emergency". The raids and arrests were by the Pune police, in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence in January, in whi...

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