Medha Patkar on Communist Terror

published on November 11, 2007

”With no channel for redressal of grievances, Nandigram is like a concentration camp. The people are helpless there,”

”I have approached the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Nandigram. This is blatant violation of human rights. In Nandigram there are thousands of injured at the moment,

”I was not allowed to reach Nandigram, but I won’t give up. We are starting a hunger strike for two days. When the nation celebrates Diwali, the festival of lights, in West Bengal it is a Diwali of darkness. So to protest this physical onslaught of the CPI(M) we would fast and appeal to the conscience of the nation to be awakened and act,”

”We are also holding a mass rally on November 14 where everyone is requested to join without any political banner,”

”It is indeed shocking the way the CPI(M) hooligans are behaving. The apathy, inaction and both direct and indirect support of the police to the CPI(M) hooligans indicates a breakdown of state machinery resulting in non-availability of any channel for security or redressal of grievances of common people”

”Nandigram is under fire and scare. On the festive days of Kali Puja the light emerging from the land of martyrdom is not the lamps women would light in their houses but from the burning houses’”

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