Dharna to demand justice for Babri demolition


  7/12/2013, New Delhi: To mark 21 years since the demolition of the Babri Masjid, Lok Raj Sangathan, together with nearly various organisations held a protest dharna on 6 December 2013 at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. The organisers and participants included the Communist Ghadar Party of India, Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist), Lok Raj Sangathan, Association for Protection of ... Read More »

APCR Maharashtra opens chapter in Aurangabad

Maharashtra-Aurangabad-Inaugural Programme Unit 02-12-12

(Aurangabad, December 2, 2012): APCR Maharashtra chapter announced its district chapter at Aurangabad in a programme. Akhlaq Ahmad, National Coordinator of APCR said: “We will have to be aware, organize and struggle if we want to live with our identity and dignity. “ Addressing the gathering, President of Maharashtra Chapter Tariq Qazi said: ”Huge human and civil rights violations in ... Read More »

Protest demanding justice to Qateel Siddiqui in Pune

Maharashtra-Pune-Protest Against Qateel Siddiqui Murder-22-06-2012

(June 22, 2012): Following the murder of Qateel Siddiqui in Yervada Jail, APCR under the aegis of Kul Jamati Tanzim (all Muslim umbrella organisations) organised a dharna in Pune demanding a CBI probe of Qateel Siddiqui murder case who was brutally murdered in Yerwada Jail in Pune. Thousands of people from all walks of life irrespective of caste and religion ... Read More »

Report released on Framing of Muslim Youth in Karnataka


07/04/2014, Bangalore: Some civil rights groups Including Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR) on 6 April released a 30-page report, “Permanent Suspects- Framing Muslim Youth in Karnataka” on the targeting of Muslims in terror cases in the BJP-ruled state in last five years. The report details the implication of around three dozen Muslim youths in various terror cases including ... Read More »

Public meeting by APCR Pune

Maharashtra-Pune-PUBLIC MEETING-Adv Mehmood Pracha

(28th January): Senior Adv. Supreme Court Mahmood Pracha and Senior Adv. Tehwar Pathan Aurangabad High Court Bench along with other prominent Social Activists participated in a Seminar organised by Pune APCR of Maharashtra Chapter, at Seminar Hall, Management Building, Poona College, Camp, Pune. The topic of the seminar  was ‘Socio-Legal Awareness,Human Rights in India.’ The seminar was addressed and attended ... Read More »

Fact-finding team on missing children in Kolkata

(23rd  December, 2012): A fact-finding team of six members of Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR), Kolkata, visited the Dara Para area of Kolkata on Sunday, December 23, 2012 to find out the facts about the missing children’s incidents. The team met the parents of Sk. Danish, son of Abdul Hamid, a child of 08 years who went missing ... Read More »

Civil rights groups demand justice on 20th anniversary of Babri demolition

Delhi-Dharna Demand for Punishing the Guilty of 6th Dec..

  (6th Dec, 2012): Demand for punishment for those involved in 1984 anti-Sikh riots, 2002 Gujarat pogrom, Odisha anti-Christian riots, and recent Assam violence too reverberated. A number of civil rights groups and political parties along with APCR marched toward Jantar Mantar on 6th December, 2012 in the capital marking the twentieth anniversary of the demolition of historic Babri mosque ... Read More »

Protest March to Parliament against arresting innocent youth and students


(22nd November, 2012): Protest March to Parliament, taken out on Thursday evening against the arresting of innocent Muslim youths in the name of counter terrorism. About 1,000 people, including, students, activists and leaders, gathered at Jantar Mantar and from there they marched towards Parliament but stopped at the end of Jantar Mantar road by the police. On this issue, national ... Read More »

Fact finding by Karnataka chapter in Dharmapur, Tamilnadu

(November, 2012): A 5-member team including two journalists traveled to two villages of Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu brutally attacked by upper caste Hindu. The village of Natham and Anna Nagar was visited and the destruction was very apparent and horrendous. The villages of lower caste (Schedule Caste) Hindus were attacked after a lower caste Hindu boy married an upper caste girl ... Read More »