For the last many years, I am noticing that the intelligence department is around social activist more than any other department. During my recent visit to Chhatisgarh, I've noticed that most of the social workers are harassed by police and intelligence department.
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The effect of organizing the state boundaries in such a way that adivasi groups are split between different states is that they are unable to organize themselves as a single voice.
...The entire situation gave an impression that you are in an adivasi area but totally controlled by paramilitary forces. This scene made me wonder: Is this the dream we had for Chhattisgarh ?
...I was deeply impressed by the readiness of the officials to come out of their office, stand in front of the agitating crowd, listen to their arguments and finally say a few words that gave the people a good feeling.
THIS WARNING IS NOT JUST ANOTHER RALLY
In the year 2007, around 25,000 people organized a march from Gwalior to Delhi. They were assured by the then Rural Development Minister that their demands would be fulfilled.
What happened to this country?