Nobel Laureates, Members of Parliament from EU, UK, Ireland, Germany and Switzerland as well as prominent academics urge immediate release of the Bhima Koregaon (BK) 16 and other human rights defenders into safe conditions.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) an international NGO working for freedom of information calls upon the UP Police to withdraw “absurd” charges against journalists who could be jailed for nine years for tweets about a video of an elderly Muslim man being beaten up.
StriveUK, a British Muslim socio-cultural and advocacy organisation, premiers “Hate, Hope & Citizenship: Four Years Without Junaid” a film by students of Jamia Millia, to mark 4 years since 15-year old Junaid Khan was lynched to death by a Hindutva mob on a public train.
Amnesty International protests across Europe in Zurich, Berlin, Frankfurt, Dundee, Cambridge and Minehead demanding the release of the Bhima Koregaon (BK) 16 political prisoners.
New York Times carries a Video Guest Essay “Thanks to Modi, India had a ‘State Orchestrated COVID Massacre’ by stand-up comic Kunal Kamra.