• Petitioned Dr Manmohan Singh

This petition was delivered to:

Prime Minister of India
Dr Manmohan Singh
Chief Secretary , to Jayalalitha
Thiru Debendranath Sarang
District Collector of Tirunelveli
Dr R. Selvaraj
Mr. V. Varadharaju
Mr. V. Varadharaju
Additional Chief Secretary
Dr. Sheela Priya,
Chief Minister Tamil Nadu
Ms Jayalalitha
Home Minister of India
P Chdiambaram

Stop State Repression against ANTI-KKNPP Activists

    1. Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
    2. Petition by

      Kamayani Bali-Mahabal

      Mumbai (Bombay), India

Dear All,

The indefinite hunger strike has been going on for the past 5 days. Some 25 men have been on the fast since May 1 and 302 women and 10 more men have joined the strike on May 4, 2012. More and more women are eager to join the indefinite hunger strike but because of logistical issues such as space, bedding and toilet facilities, we are not in a position to accommodate them all.

Many of the men have become very tired and are suffering from fatigue and nausea. Scores of women are suffering from severe headache this morning and some seem to be dehydrated because of the scorching summer heat. They need immediate medical advice and help.

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    1. Press conference-: "Respect India" Campaign Koodankulam

      Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
      Petition Organizer

      The People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE) would like to invite you cordially for a Press Meet at Idinthakari on May 8, 2012 at 3:00 PM.

      [1] We plan to display the notebooks that contain the signatures of all the neighboring village people who oppose the KKNPP.
      [2] People submit the Voter ID Cards to surrender to the Radhapuram Tahsildar.
      [3] We announce the "Respect India" campaign.

      Please come.

    2. Reached 1,000 signatures
    3. Activists administered saline on Day 6 of fast

      Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
      Petition Organizer

      The anti-nuclear activists observing an indefinite fast demanding scrapping of Koodankulam nuclear power plant were administered saline solution intravenously as their stir entered the sixth day today.

    4. One more Activist Arrested

      Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
      Petition Organizer

      Satish has been remanded to palayamkottai jail on minor charges. Another person from , Vanni
      Arasu, , was picked up at 1230 pm. whereabouts not known yet, activists trying to find . .

    5. Activist Arrested

      Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
      Petition Organizer

      After the protestors from Tirunelveli march were released yday at around 530 p.m., Satish was picked up by the police and bundled into a TN-07- license plate bearing Tata Sumo. News flew that Q branch had picked up the youngster. Satish is a well known activist who is currently defending himself against POTA charges, but has no other outstanding cases against him. Last evening he was picked up and whisked off. Many enquiries later, we find that he has been retained on very flimsy charges arising from work he did last year. The charges include Section 143 -- Unlawful Assembly; Section 188 -- Disobedience of orders promulgated by public servant; and Section 34: commiting or planning act with other persons with common intent.Leaders of the protest, including Kolathur Mani, and Vaiko are currently protesting his arrest by refusing to leave the site of the protest. Arresting Satish is a harassment tactic. Kindly call up the Superintendent of Police Vijendra Bidari.

    6. Reached 750 signatures
    7. “Green signal for Koodankulam is a red signal for our lives”

      Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
      Petition Organizer

      People’s Movement against Nuclear Energy activists continue indefinite hunger strike even as police arrest 212 protesters

    8. Reached 100 signatures
    9. State repression in name of national security

      Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
      Petition Organizer

      Tamil Nadu Police have arrested eighteen more protestors lat Koodankulam last night while people have intensified the agitation against the Tamil Nadu governments decision to okay the commissioning of K-plant reactor.

      Some 5,000 women, men and children slept around St. Lourdes Church. Some 185 men and women and their Parish Priest Fr. Suseelan were arrested at Koottapuli village when they protesting against the police peacefully. They are being held at Tirunelveli armed reserve camp.

      The other group of 9 people including Struggle Committee members Adv. Sivasubramanian and Rajalingom, arrested yesterday are now charged with sedition including Sections 121, 121A and 153A, has been taken to some undisclosed location at Tirunelveli

    10. Reached 50 signatures

    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

    • Angelika Kraus MüNCHEN, GERMANY
      • over 2 years ago

      Dear Sirs, i need to tell you the following: the people who install Nuclear Plants everywhere are bad criminals. This people don't know international or national rights, oonly profit. It is against the human right, to built such dangerous nuclear plants, also nuclear weapons are not allowed and they would never exist without nuclear power! , They are also against every human right - AND: YOU ALL know this! STOP this cruel business! SAVE OUR CHILDREN! Thank you for listening

      Yours sincerely

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    • Ajit Eapen MUMBAI, INDIA
      • over 2 years ago

      Stop State Repression against ANTI-KKNPP Activists Immediately.

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      • over 2 years ago

      For democracy, transparency, social justice and to free all nonviolent protesters in jail and charged with spurious criminal charges.

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    • Georgler Xavier MAZAMET, FRANCE
      • over 2 years ago

      tchec-no-bill.....Fou-coup-chie-man

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    • Satyasri Ukil DELHI, INDIA
      • over 2 years ago

      I hate repression...

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