Anti-Uranium activist Saiku Chaki murdered

Justice in India is fragile when it comes to the topic of anti-uranium protesting. Saiku Chaki, a senior activist and Ex UCIL-employee, was murdered in his home in the UCIL Turamidh colony. The police filed a case against 25 named and 300 unnamed persons for assembling at the police station when the body was taken there, but had to be pressured to register a First Information Report on the murder itself.

Indian organizations JMACC (Jharkhand Mines Area Coordination Committee) and JOSH (Jharkhandis Organisation for Struggling Humans) demand further inquiry into the case, claiming the UCIL Management is involved in the murder.

JMACC (Jharkhand Mines Area Coordination Committee) and JOSH (Jharkhandis Organisation for Struggling Humans) - See more at: http://www.indiaresists.com/demand-justice-for-anti-uranium-activist-saiku-chaki/#sthash.2IlvjKP4.dpuf
JMACC (Jharkhand Mines Area Coordination Committee) and JOSH (Jharkhandis Organisation for Struggling Humans) - See more at: http://www.indiaresists.com/demand-justice-for-anti-uranium-activist-saiku-chaki/#sthash.2IlvjKP4.dpuf