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Mass brutalities and torture by Modi through his completely unjustified total lockdown

This is a placeholder post. Will try to keep track of instances that come to my notice.


One ambulance driver from our place was driving from Mumbai to Shrigonda, carrying a patient and the driver’s father was travelling with him. Police accused the ambulance of carrying passengers in the ambulance and thrashed them with sticks. After travelling for few kms, the father started feeling uneasy. No hospital admitted him or treated him. The father died after some time. The news flashed in the local news papers today. [Source]

A Doctor Was Assaulted On Her Way To The Hospital. She’s Not The Only Medic Being Attacked.

Bengal man’s family says he died of police beating, police say he had heart ailment

Walking Home From Delhi For Over 200 km, Delivery Agent Dies On Highway

Covid-19: At least 22 migrants die while trying to get home during lockdown

लॉकडाउनः परिवार का खर्चा नहीं चला पाने से लाचार ट्राली चालक ने दी जान

One more Modi murder. This whole thing has been done without any care or justification.

Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Sunday, 19 April 2020




‘The blame game’: Virus fuels religious hatred in India – 14 April 2020





Indians are enjoying Modi's blessings. By voting this monster into power Indians have chosen this life of slavery to whimsical police.

Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Friday, 27 March 2020

Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Friday, 27 March 2020

More. Only the poor. Never the rich.

Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Tuesday, 31 March 2020


Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Sunday, 29 March 2020


Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Sunday, 29 March 2020


Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Sunday, 29 March 2020

Will note this on my blog

Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Sunday, 29 March 2020


“This BJP govt is more cruel than the British Raj”

‘What will we eat?’ labourers and people from unorganised sectors stare at uncertain future

India’s poorest ‘fear hunger may kill us before coronavirus’

Migrant workers sprayed with disinfectant in one Indian state

Coronavirus: India’s pandemic lockdown turns into a human tragedy

COVID-19: Gujarat labourers, tribals forced to take 250 km-long journeys on foot

Horrendous. Mad Modi. Lunatic IAS bureaucracy.

Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Sunday, 29 March 2020


People are leaving for home from cities. They have no money, no food. Transport has been stopped. They are walking…

Posted by Sanjeev Sabhlok on Thursday, 26 March 2020


‘We Will Starve Here’: India’s Poor Flee Cities in Mass Exodus




As the wealthy quaff wine in comfort, India’s poor are thrown to the wolves

Despite Reaching Home, Migrant Workers’ Problems Far From Over

A long walk home for 30,000 tribal workers in M.P.

The Callousness of India’s COVID-19 Response





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Letter to PM from Kisan Putra – essential reforms for agriculture

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Amber, Housing Society, AMBAJOGAI-431517
(Beed) Maharashtra

Mb.8411909909 Email-

26th January 2017

26th January 2020


The Prime Minister of INDIA

New Delhi

Subject: – Abolition of Anti-Farmer Laws.
Respected Sir,

You are very well aware that the financial condition of the farmers has become very pathetic, pitiable and critical and the spree of suicides of the farmers are not coming to an end. This situation has not been changed even after rendering the govt. help like financial packages and the waiver of loan etc. The land holdings of the farmers have become so small that they cannot maintain their families. Hence, the time has been reached to root out the problems of the peasants and to abolish the laws pertaining to the agriculture and farmers. Your kind help and cooperation is earnestly requested in this regard.

The following three laws have become the hazards of the farmers.

  1. Agricultural land [Ceiling on holding] Act.
  2. Essential Commodities Act.
  3. Land Acquisition Act.

The agriculture sector can be liberalized only on the cancellation of the above three Acts.

Agricultural land [ceiling and holding] Act comes under the jurisdiction of the State Govt. The Essential Commodities Act and Land Acquisition Act come under the purview of the Union Govt. Therefore, both Central and State Governments have to consider these acts in view of the farmers.

The reasons for repealing these laws are as under –

A. These laws are contradictory and biased with principles of constitution of India and denying the freedom of the business of the farmers and have become outdated and now they are not justified in the present scenario.

Agriculture land [ceiling and holding] Act was struck down by the Hon’ble Court but o the reason that it was included in the 9th Schedule of Constitution, it was protected.

The fundamental rights are soul of our Constitution and now these laws have been proved to be contradictory to them.

B. In the changing scenario, these Acts are not favourable. The per capita holding of agricultural land in the world is increasing but only in India it is decreasing.

If this trend is not stopped, Indian agriculture would not stand in the global competition. In view of the current developments in the agricultural science, it has become necessary to attract the experts who can face the contemporary challenges.

Unfortunately above laws create hurdles and discourage their excitement and initiatives.

C The climate and the weather condition of India is most favourable for the agricultural activities. The employment relating to the agriculture can give the economic stability and sustainable employment too.

The conclusive atmosphere for the agro based employments cannot be created unless the above laws are not abolished.

D. Lack of investment of capital is the main problem for agriculture.

Due to the above mentioned three laws, business of agriculture always remains in loss. Consequently, the farmers cannot make their saving and hence they never make investment. Since it is always loss-making business, there is no attraction for any external investment.

Average land holding is so small as 2 acres due to Agricultural land [ceiling on holding] Act. Essential commodities act is a tool for interference of Govt. in the market. Land Acquisition Act is always threatening to farmers, These situations conclusively discourages investment in agriculture sector. Therefore the path of the agricultural development can be opened only after the abolition of the above acts.

We have already seen the limitations of the industrial development at the cost of agriculture. Therefore it has now become very necessary to develop the agriculture sector in its totality and the natural development of the agriculture as a business,

Suggestion for immediate steps-

1. Appointment of a Committee –

We demand to Government to appoint a committee immediately to evaluate the relevance of these Acts.

2. Farmers companies should be exempted from Agricultural land [ceiling on holding] Act. 

The Govt. is promoting the companies formed by the farmers. The State Government can initiate to exempt farmers companies from Agriculture Land ceiling Act. These companies should be permitted to hold the price of agricultural land as a share. If the banks provide finance to these agro based companies, then they can stand in the competition.

Those farmers, (whose livelihood is depend on Agriculture) are living a very bad life. Even after the fair prices paid to their agricultural yields, they cannot lead there life of a class – IV employees, who is getting at least Income of salary of Rs.18,000/- per month.

In this situation, it has become necessary to make reconstruction of the agriculture sector.

We therefore, request you to look into this matter and take initiation to abolish the above three Acts,


Amar Habib

Kisanputra Andolan

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