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“A decade of legal struggle by APCR ensured the acquittal of 4 Muslim men, alleged accused of 2008 Jaipur serial blasts from the Rajasthan High court,”

Mar 30, 2023                                                                                              New Delhi, March 29: The Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR) welcomed the Rajasthan High Court’s verdict to acquit four Muslim men, alleged accused of 2008 Jaipur serial blasts.It may mentioned here that Sarvar Aazmi, Mohammad Saif, Saifur Rahman, and Salman, who were previously sentenced to…  

Maharashtra: Muslim Community Purposefully Targeted To Create Disturbance, Reveals Fact Finding Report On Satara Violence

September 15, 2023                                                                                      Mumbai: A group of citizens in their fact finding report on Satara violence stated that the Muslim community was purposefully targeted to create disturbance. They called for punishment of the culprits, judicial inquiry into the incident, blamed police for not taking preventive measures, sought slapping of terror laws on…

Assam eviction drive: Civil rights body seeks strict action, compensation to kin of injured

05th October 2021                                                                                      New Delhi –The ‘Association for Protection of Civil Rights’ (APCR) on Monday released a fact-finding report on the eviction drive at Dholapur in Assam on September 23, demanding strict action and compensation to families of Shaikh Farid, Moinul Haque, and others injured in the drive. APCR claimed three people were killed and over 12 were injured in the firing by Assam Police.

“All Nine Accused Are Labourers, Non-Political People”: APCR Fact-Finding Team On NIA’s Alleged Al-Qaeda Arrests

September 28, 2020                                                                                      A fact-finding team of the Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR) visited Murshidabad district of West Bengal last week to probe the truth behind the arrest of nine Muslim villagers by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on September 19 on claims that they are alleged Al-Qaeda operatives, Clarion India reported.