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Anti-Hindu Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill

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Protest the anti-Hindu 'Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill, 2011'
Introduction - What is this bill and why to protest ?
Apparently 'Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill, 2011' is brought to curb the riots taking place between majority and minority communities. After the alleged post-godhra riots in Gujarat, the so called secularists are going pillar to post to bring this enactment. So called social activists like Teesta Settlewad, Asgar Ali ENgineer are the people involved in pushing this draft bill.

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Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill, 2011
English Version Hindi Version

The draconian provisions of the new Law

1. Prot ect ion t o religious or linguist ic minorit y and Scheduled Cast es and t ribes - It is directed to punish the offenses done or anticipated against a group which essentially comprises of a religious or linguistic minority and Scheduled Castes and tribes (Sec 1 (e)). Nobody else is given protection. If in certain area, hindu population is minority and attack is targeted against them or where the minorities themselves start organized attacks and riots,

this law wont help to Hindus. Such is the viciousness of the draft bill. Crimes commit t ed by t he minorit ies will be prosecut ed by t he regular criminal procedure. 2. Curbing f reedom of expression by t erming it as Hat e propaganda - Even publishing, communicating or disseminating of opposition may be termed as Hate Propaganda u/s 8 and is may extend to 3 years and/or fine. Again, it is targeted against the Hindu literature and and not anti-hindu literature. Section 18 makes anything said or expressed against the minorities may be taken up as offence under this Act. The Govt. is to keep a constant vigil on this as to who is criticizing minorities, even fair criticizing may invite action by state else the public servant will be prosecutes - Sec. 18 - This provision may be misused widely even in the time of peace, for it is a continuing process. 3. Of f enses t o be non-bailable and cognizable - The offenses under the act are summarily non-bailable and cognizable even if they are not so under I.P.C. by virtue of (Sec. 11 and 58) 4. Government machinery will be made a slave t o t he minorit ies - Under this Bill, public servants will be under constant supervision and torture- dereliction of duty and it casts vicarious liability on them(Sec. 12 to 16). As also the victim can at any point of time gets a right to know the stage of proceedings and can complain to the National authority against the Govt. Machinery. 5. Obeying orders is not a def ense - Apart from the vicarious liability, the order obeying police etc. can not say that they obeyed the orders. Even if one obeys an order of his senior, he also is a accused. In the times of riots or attacks, controlling the same will be too much difficult because of this. (Sec. 16) 6. Creat ion of a post - Def ender f or Just ice and Reparat ions. - (Sec. 56) It appears that his sole activity will be to press for the rights of minorities. 7. Creat ion of Nat ional Aut horit y f or Communal Harmony, Just ice and Reparat ion 1. It shall have separate investigation agency with a Director General of Police GP. (Sec. 29) 2. It's advisories and recommendations will be binding on the State and Central Govt. (Sec. 32 (a) and (d) read with Sec. 29) 3. It can interfere in the Court proceeding ( SEc. 32 j and k) 4. It will have the status of a Civil Court. 8. The public servant s like Dist rict Magist rat e or Police Superint endent made direct ly answerable t o t he Nat ional Aut horit y. (Sec. 72,29, 69, 71, 4138,39) 9. Presumpt ion of guilt and burden of proof on t he accused (Hindus) - The accused will have to prove innocence ( Sec. 74) This changes the entire legal proceeding against the hindu accused people.

10. More t han one t hird of public prosecut ors will be f rom t he religious or linguist ic minorit y. ( Sec. 78) 11. Provision f or f unds - There will be funds diverted from the Consolidated Funds of India in addition to the fines collected under this act which will be disbursed to the alleged victims. 12. Apart f rom punishment t he convict will have t o pay t o t he vict im - Whatever is given to the victims are in turn subrogated from the the persons allegedly responsible for the loss of property, life or liberty (Sec 110) 13. Prot ect ion of act ion t aken in good f ait h - All the persons acting under this Act will have blanket 'protection of action taken in good faith'. ( Sec. 130) 14. This act is in addit ion t o any ot her laws t hat are in f orce at present (Sec. 138)

Members of drafting and advisory committee ( Many of the members known for Anti-Hindu acts in the Name of Secularism )
Time Frame: August 1, 2010 - February 28, 2011

Drafting Committee Members

1. Gopal Subramanium 2. Maja Daruwala 3. Najmi Waziri 4. P.I.Jose 5. Prasad Sirivella 6. Teesta Setalvad 7. Usha Ramanathan (upto 20 Feb 2011) 8. Vrinda Grover (upto 20 Feb 2011)

Conveners of Drafting Committee

1. Farah Naqvi, Convener, NAC Working Group 2. Harsh Mander, Member, NAC Working Group

Advisory Group Members

1. Abusaleh Shariff 2. Asgar Ali Engineer 3. Gagan Sethi 4. H.S Phoolka

5. John Dayal 6. Justice Hosbet Suresh 7. Kamal Faruqui 8. Manzoor Alam 9. Maulana Niaz Farooqui 10. Ram Puniyani 11. Rooprekha Verma 12. Samar Singh 13. Saumya Uma 14. Shabnam Hashmi 15. Sister Mary Scaria 16. Sukhdeo Thorat 17. Syed Shahabuddin 18. Uma Chakravarty 19. Upendra Baxi 1. Aruna Roy, NAC Working Group Member 2. Professor Jadhav, NAC Working Group Member 3. Anu Aga, NAC Working Group Member

Joint Conveners of Advisory Group

1. Farah Naqvi, Convener, NAC Working Group 2. Harsh Mander, Member, NAC Working Group

Online signature Drive

To protest the bill and prevent if from passing in the Assembly, please participate in this online signature campaign and send your protest letters to the National Advisory Council

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Latest News
Views: 655 Communal Violence Bill will divide country : Justice Patil April 25, 2012 Retired Supreme Court judge Shivaraj VPatil said that the country would be divided into groups if the Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill was enacted

Views: 629 Communal Violence Bill : Riots hit all equally, not only minorities says Activists April 22, 2012 The victim of violence can also be people from the majority groups...Killing of Hindus in Muslim dominated areas too should be under this law, because Hindus will then be in minority in a Muslim dominated area,said Niaz A Farooqui of Jamat-e-Ulema-i-Hind.

Views: 537

December 31, 2011 Mangalore (Karnataka) : MLA Ramanath Rai said that the Congress will conduct awareness programs in every taluk of DK on the Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill.

Views: 1142 VHP lashes out at Communal Violence Bill December 15, 2011 Kochi : Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) international president Ashok Singhal on Tuesday warned of a massive movement in the country if the Centre did not withdraw the proposed Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill 2011.

Views: 649 Delhi : HJS and active Hindus protest against Communal Violence Bill 2011 December 7, 2011 All Hindus from Delhi & NCR were joined together & protested the anti hindu Communal Violence Bill 2011" at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi on 5th December, 2011 on large scale. Hindu Janjagruti Samiti, Dara Sena, Shree Ram Sena, Hindu Maha Sabha, Vishva Hindu parishad, Akhand Bharat Campaign etc had taken active part in this campaign . 2 Pakistani hindus living in New Delhi had also came for the protest.

Views: 869 Mangaluru: Protest march by 50,000 Hindus against Communal Violence Bill November 29, 2011 Recently, a mammoth protest rally was taken out by Hindu hit-rakshna Vedika and other pro-Hindu organizations in Mangaluru city against the proposed anti-Communal Violence Bill 2011.

Views: 444 Demonstrations held at Karanja to oppose Communal Violence Bill November 25, 2011 Karanja (Dist.Akola, Maharashtra) : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) recently held demonstration at Tilak Chowk against the Communal Violence Bill.

Views: 465 Agitation at Yeotmal against Communal Violence Bill November 24, 2011 Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) recently staged agitation to protest against Communal Violence Bill 2011 at Yeotmal, Maharashtra.

Views: 403 Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha at Bharegaon (Dist.Yeotmal) November 23, 2011 Mr. Dheeraj Raut of HJS said that we should be alert towards various attacks against our Dharma and protest in lawful manner; because, if we try to protect Dharma, Dharma will protect us. Miss Ashwini Vibhandik did compeering of the sabha that was concluded with singing of Vande Mataram.

Views: 608 Awareness created by HJS members change Hindu familys plan to convert November 23, 2011 Mr. Raju Lahane is a reader of Sanatan Prabhat and an alert devout Hindu from Ayare village. Some of his relatives were attending prayers conducted by Christians.

Views: 443 Navi Mumbai : HJS stages demonstrations against 'Communal Violence Bill' November 23, 2011 Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has undertaken movement against this anti-Hindu Act. Demonstration were staged in this context by HJS at Ghanasoli.

Views: 371 NAC members demand tabling of Communal Violence Bill in winter session November 19, 2011

Mumbai: Members of the National Advisory Council (NAC) today demanded tabling of the Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence bill in the winter session of parliament.

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