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Posted Online on Tuesday 22, March 2005 17:30 IST

Apology demanded from PM Manmohan for humiliating Indians by his irresponsible statement on Narendra Modi

Received from Anhad (Act now for harmony and democracy), released on 21 March 2005, 16:00 IST

Prime minister’s statement in the rajya sabha

We express our shock and anger at the stand taken by the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in the Rajya Sabha on the issue of refusal of visa to Mr. Narendra Modi by the USA. He has said that it is not proper for any agency to form its opinion on the role of Sh. Modi in the 2002 Gujarat genocide based on mere allegations. Sh. Singh needs to be reminded that it was the NHRC which had castigated Mr. Modi and his state government for having aided and abetted the act of genocide of Muslims in Gujarat in 2002, and it was the Supreme Court of India that had opined that the Modi government cannot be relied upon to bring about justice to the victims of the carnage. More than 50 national and international agencies of high credibility with their painstaking investigation had held Mr. Modi directly responsible for the act of genocide. The Prime Minister needs to come clean on this issue. Does he hold a considered opinion that the observations made by the NHRC and the Supreme Court of India are to be treated with contempt as shown by him in his Rajya Sabha speech?

Mr. Modi’s policies of hatred should not be legitimised even by association. Mr. Modi is no ordinary elected leader. He has become infamous for his active abetment in the most brutal massacre since India became free, of a segment of the citizens of his state. His notoriety has deepened in the past 3 years because he remains completely unrepentant for these crimes, including the mass slaughter and rape of hundreds of innocent women and children, and instead has openly fought elections from a platform of hate. He has deliberately subverted the process of justice, that have attracted unprecedented structure from the Supreme Court of India.

We continue- to harbour grave disquiet about the militaristic and chauvinistic policies of the current US government itself, most notably in Afghanistan and Iraq. George Bush and his cohorts cannot be the arbiters of human rights.

We commend the untiring efforts of NRIs and human rights activists in the US and in India who mobilized public opinion and pressurized the US administration which led to the denial of Modi’s visa. For those who claim that the international community has no role to play in the Gujarat carnage since it is a matter internal to the Indian nation, we would like to remind them that by the same logic, the entire world should have remained a mute spectator as millions of Jews were imprisoned and executed in concentration camps by the Nazi government. For those who claim that any insult to any elected official is an insult to the entire nation, we would like to remind them that Hitler, who is reviled even today, was also an elected official. There is nothing more insulting to the Indian nation than the pogroms that took place in Gujarat, and the fact that their main architect, Sh Narendra Modi, still continues to enjoy the powers and privileges of the Chief Minister in that state, while the Prime Minister of the country rushes to his defence.

It is a matter of great shame that even 10 months after having assumed power the UPA government has done nothing to ensure justice to the victims of Gujarat genocide. It has taken no steps to instill a sense of security and confidence among the displaced, raped, and maimed minorities of Gujarat who have been left to fend for themselves. No financial and legal aid has been arranged by the Central government for them and it is treating the whole Gujarat genocide as a routine state matter.

The statement by Dr. Manmohan Singh adds insult to the injury suffered by the Genocide victims of Gujarat, and is an affront to those NRIs and human rights activists in the US whose unflagging pressure on the US administration resulted in the denial of Mr. Modi’s visa. That Dr. Singh should feel compelled to come out openly to speak for an organizer of mass murder who feels no remorse for his role shows that Dr. Singh has lost all sense of propriety. The statement also shows that the government wants to remain neutral on the question of communalism.

We, as people who are committed to secularism and human rights in India, feel betrayed and would like to take this opportunity to express our sense of despair that the political formation which is in power at the centre lacks any sense of moral responsibility and moral courage.

On behalf of the dead and living victims of Gujarat genocide and on behalf of the sections of civil society which have worked for the defeat of the communal forces we demand an apology from Dr. Manmohan Singh for having humiliated the wronged citizens of India by issuing a highly insensitive and irresponsible statement defending Mr. Narendra Modi.

Released by Shabnam Hashmi (March 21, 2005)

On behalf of:

1. AABID SURTI, WRITER, CARTOONIST, MUMBAI
2. AAMIR KHAN- ACTOR, MUMBAI
3. AANCHAL KAPUR, NEW DELHI
4. ADITYA-CEO, EKGAON TECHNOLOGIES
5. ADMIRAL RAMU RAMDAS- MEMBER, NATIONAL INTEGRATION COUNCIL
6. ADV. ARADHANA BHARGAVA- MAHATAMA GANDHI SANSTHAN, MADHYA PRADESH
7. ADV. RAJENDRA K. SAIL-PUCL, CHATTISGARH
8. AGNESH MURMU-GRAM SABHA SEVA SANSTHAN,JHARKHAND
9. AGYATMITRA, PLAY FOR PEACE, INDIA
10. AJEET CAUR, WRITER, DELHI
11. AJIT KUMAR-ARISE, AURANGABAD
12. AKIFUDDIN M. KHAN, DUBAI
13. AKSHAY SAIL –RCDRC, RAIPUR
14. ALEEM
15. ALLADI SITARAM-EMERITUS PROFESSOR, INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE
16. ALLIANCE FOR A SECULAR AND DEMOCRATIC SOUTH ASIA (ASDSA)
17. ALLWYN D’ SILVA- DOCUMENTATION RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTRE, MUMBAI
18. AMAL CHARLES -,STEP, SECUNDRABAD
19. AMALA AKKINENI, FILM ACTRESS, HYDERABAD, VOLUNTEER - ACTION AID INDIA
20. AMAR FAROOQUI- READER, HISTORY DEPT, DELHI UNIVERSITY, DELHI
21. AMAR JYOTI- ACTIVIST, CHENNAI
22. AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSLIMS OF INDIAN ORIGIN (AFMI)
23. AMIT MACWAN
24. AMITA & BCF TEAM
25. AMITA JOSEPH, DELHI
26. AMMU ABRAHAM- WOMEN'S CENTRE, BOMBAY
27. AMRIT GANGAR-FILM CRITIC, CURATOR,MUMBAI
28. AMRITA CHHACHHI-PAINTER, DELHI
29. ANAND KUMAR- NCDHR
30. ANAND PATWARDHAN-FILM MAKER, MUMBAI
31. ANANT KRISHNA-RESEARCHER, HYDERABAD
32. ANEESH PRADHAN-MUSICIAN, MUMBAI
33. ANGANA CHATTERJI-PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY, SAN FRANCISCO, USA
34. ANIL CHAUDHARY-INDIAN SOCIAL ACTION FORUM, DELHI
35. ANJUM RAJABALI-SCRIPT WRITER, MUMBAI
36. ANU CHENOY- ACADEMICIAN,JNU
37. ANUP SANDA- NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS, SULTANPUR, UP
38. ANURAG CHATURVEDI-JOURNALIST, MUMBAI
39. ANWAR AHMAD
40. APOORVANAND- READER, DELHI UNIVERSITY
41. ARADHANA SETH- VIENNA. AUSTRIA.
42. ARIJIT SENGUPTA, PEOPLE TREE, DELHI
43. ARJUN DEV- HISTORIAN, DELHI
44. ARMANA ISHAQUE,HAMILTON, ONTARIO,CANADA
45. ARPANA CAUR- PAINTER, DELHI
46. ARUNDHATI DHURU - NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS, LUCKNOW, UP
47. ARVIND KRISHNASWAMY- INSAANIYAT, MUMBAI
48. ARVIND KUMAR- NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS, MAU , UP
49. ASHIS NANDY-CSDS, DELHI
50. ASHISH GARG- REGIONAL COORDINATOR-INDIA, WORLD LINKS, NEW DELHI
51. ASHOK KUMAR DALAI-MAITREE SAMAJ, ORISSA
52. ASHOK VAJPEYI, WRITER, DELHI
53. ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN MUSLIMS OF AMERICA (AIM)
54. ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH ASIAN PROGRESSIVES (ASAP)
55. B.MAHESH
56. BCF, 1, JAI SINGH ROAD, NEW DELHI -1.
57. BHASHWATI- ACTIVIST, HYDERABAD
58. BISHAKHA DATTA-DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER AND WRITER, MUMBAI
59. BUILDING BRIDGES OF UNDERSTANDING COALITION (BB)
60. CAMPAIGN TO STOP FUNDING HATE (CSFH)
61. CAPTAIN M.S. MAHTAB,CANADA
62. CEDRIC PRAKASH - DIRECTOR, PRASHANT(CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS JUSTICE AND PEACE, GUJARAT
63. CENTER FOR STUDY AND RESEARCH IN SOUTH ASIA (CERAS, MONTREAL)
64. CHANDITA MUKHERJEE-FILM MAKER, MUMBAI
65. CHITRA SINGH- ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST, BHOPAL
66. CHITRANJAN SINGH-PUCL, ALLAHABAD
67. COALITION AGAINST COMMUNALISM (CAC)
68. COALITION FOR A SECULAR AND DEMOCRATIC INDIA (CSDI)
69. COLIN GONSALVES-HUMAN RIGHTS LAW NETWORK
70. DAMINI TIWARI- STUDENT, MUMBAI
71. DAYAMANI BARLA -FREELANCE JOURNALIST, JHARKHAND
72. DEEPAK SINGH-MANAGING DIRECTOR – IRAM, EXECUTIVE MEMBER - I-CONGO (INDIAN CONFEDERATION OF NGOS)
73. DIGANT OZA- SENIOR JOURNALIST, AHMEDABAD
74. DILIP KUMAR- VETERAN FILM ACTOR, MUMBAI
75. DILIP SIMEON-ACAEDIMICIAN, DELHI UNIVERSITY
76. DR ZAFARUL-ISLAM KHAN- EDITOR, THE MILLI GAZETTE NEWSPAPER, NEW DELHI
77. DR. AMAR JESANI- MEDICO FRIEND CIRCLE, FORUM FOR MEDICAL ETHICS SOCIETY, MUMBAI
78. DR. AMBROSE PINTO S.J. PRINCIPAL, ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE, BANGALORE
79. DR. HENRY THIAGARAJ, MANAGING TRUSTEE, DALIT LIBERATION EDUCATION TRUST & FOUNDER OF HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION MOVEMENT
80. DR. SEEMA PARVEEN-INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, LUCKNOW
81. DR. UMAKANT-NCDHR
82. DR. VIRENDRA VIDROHI –MMSVS, RAJASTHAN
83. DR.SAROOP DHRUV -,DARSHAN , AHMEDABAD
84. DUNU ROY-HAZARDS CENTRE, NEW DELHI
85. EKTA
86. FARAH NAQVI- INDEPENDANT WRITER AND ACTIVIST, DELHI
87. FARHANA K. KHAN, DUBAI
88. FARIDA KHAN
89. FARZANA K. KHAN, DUBAI
90. FEDERATION OF INDIAN AMERICAN CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS OF NORTH AMERICA (FIACONA)
91. FIROZKHAN PATHAN-DALLAS, TAXES, USA
92. FORUM OF INDIAN LEFTISTS (FOIL)
93. FOUNDATION FOR PLURALISM
94. FRANCIS PARMAR, PRINCIPAL, ST XAVIERS COLLEGE, AHMEDABAD
95. FRIENDS OF SOUTH ASIA (FOSA)
96. GAUHAR RAZA-DOCUMENTARY FILM MAKER, POET, DELHI
97. GORAKSHNATH DHANWATE-PRERNA KRIDA MANDAL, MAHARASHTRA
98. GOVIND SINGH MAHRA-UTTARAKHAND VAN PANCHAYAT,SARPANCH SANGATHAN,UTTRANCHAL
99. GURPREET SIDHU-PEOPLE TREE, DELHI
100. HARSH DOBHAL, HUMAN RIGHTS LAW NETWORK, DELHI
101. HARSH KAPOOR-SOUTH ASIA CITIZENS WEB, FRANCE
102. HARSH MANDER-WRITER, SOCIAL ACTIVIST, DELHI
103. HEMA B.RAJASHEKHAR
104. HEMANT TIWARI, UTTRANCHAL
105. HENRI TIPHANGE, PEOPLE’S WATCH, CHENNAI
106. HINDU VAISHNAVA CENTER FOR ENLIGHTMENT
107. HIREN GANDHI,THEATRE, SAMVEDAN CULTURAL PROGRAMME, AHMEDABAD
108. HYDER KHAN, CHAIRMAN, SUPPORTERS OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA (SHRI), MINNEAPOLIS
109. I.M.BHANA
110. IMTIAZUDDIN- EXEC DIR, COALITION FOR A SECULAR AND DEMOCRATIC INDIA, CHICAGO
111. INDIAN CHRISTIAN FORUM (ICF)
112. INDIAN MUSLIM COUNCIL-USA (IMC-USA)
113. INDIAN MUSLIM EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION OF NORTH AMERICA (IMEFNA)
114. INDIAN MUSLIM RELIEF AND CHARITIES (IMRC)
115. INDIRA ARJUN DEV-ACAEDEMICIAN, DELHI
116. INDIRA JAISING
117. INTERNATIONAL SOUTH ASIA FORUM (INSAF)
118. IRFAN AHMED ,LOK MANCH, AURANGABAD
119. IRFAN HABIB-HISTORIAN, DELHI
120. IRFAN K. KHAN, DUBAI
121. JABA MENON- ONE WORLDNET, DELHI
122. JANETTE SUNITA- TARSHI, DELHI
123. JASWINDER SINGH MAND, JOURNALIST, NAWA ZAMANA, JALLANDHAR
124. JAVED AKHTAR-LYRICIST, MUMBAI
125. JAWAID A. KHAN
126. JAWED NAQVI-JOURNALIST, DELHI
127. JAYA SHARMA
128. JULI QUEEN MARY SELVAKUMAR,-ARISE, TAMIL NADU
129. JYOTI BOSE, PRINCIPAL, SPRINGDALES SCHOOL, DELHI
130. K. L. MOYO -SAVE THE RIVER MOVEMENT, NAGALAND
131. K. PANDU DORA, ANDHRA PRADESH ADIVASI AIKYA VEDIKA
132. K.N.SASI –VAIKOM, KERELA
133. KABIR VAJPEYI-
134. KALAMANI- DALIT ACTIVIST
135. KALYANI UPENDRANATH BASKE-NAGPUR DIOCESAN DEV. ASSN. (NDDA), MAHARASHTRA
136. KAMAL MITRA CHENOY- PROFESSOR, JNU
137. KAMLA BHASIN- WOMEN ACTIVIST, DELHI
138. KANDALA SINGH- YOUTH FOR PEACE
139. KARTHIK BEZAWADA,PRINCIPAL, CRICTV LLC
140. KARUPPAN-
141. KASHIFUDDIN M. KHAN, DUBAI
142. KHALID AZAM-COALITION AGAINST GENOCIDE, USA
143. KIRAN SHAEEN- HEAD COMMUNICATION, NEW DELHI
144. KN PANIKKAR-ACADEMICIAN, TRIVENDRUM
145. LAHRC, SURAT
146. LALIT BABAR- DALIT ACTIVIST, MUMBAI
147. LALITA RAMDAS-ACTIVIST, MAHARASHTRA
148. LAXMAIAH OF CDS
149. M. J. JOSE-DAWN TRUST . KERELA
150. M.MANDAL-ACTIVIST, HYDERABAD
151. MADAN RAO
152. MADHUSUDHAN, YAKSHI
153. MAHESH - NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS, LUCKNOW 
154. MAHESH BHATT, PRODUCER & DIRECTOR
155. MANAS JENA- DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE, ORISSA
156. MANASA PATNAM-YOUTH FOR PEACE
157. MANAVI
158. MANJULA SEN-FREELANCE JOURNALIST, MUMBAI
159. MANOJ KUMAR- BELGIUM
160. MANSI SHARMA-ANHAD
161. MARRY E.JOHN-WOMEN’S STUDIES PROGRAMME, JNU
162. MARTIN J SHAH- PROG OFFICER, RUPCHA, DELHI
163. MARTIN MACWAN- NAVSARJAN, GUJARAT
164. MEERA VELAYUDHAN-UTTHAN
165. MITU PATI-SUPRABAT, ORISSA
166. MOHAMMAD IMRAN
167. MOHD AMJAD NAIM,INFOSYS TECHNOLOGIES LTD
168. MOLANA HANIF -,MEWAT VIKAS SHIKSHA SAMITI, RAJASTHAN
169. MOUTTOUCANNOU , PUCL, KERELA
170. MOYNA MANKU-YOUTH FOR PEACE, HYDERABAD
171. MRINALINI TIWARI, STUDENT, MUMBAI
172. MUKUL DUBE, FREE LANCE WRITER, DELHI
173. MUKUNDAN C. MENON,SECRETARY GENERAL,(CHRO)
174. MUSLIM YOUTH AWARENESS ALLIANCE (MYAA)
175. N.D.PANCHOLI- THE AMIYA & B.G.RAO FOUNDATION, NEW DELHI 
176. NAFISA ALI, ACTRESS, ACTIVIST, DELHI
177. NANDINI SUNDER
178. NANDITA DAS-ACTRESS, DELHI
179. NANDLAL MASTER- NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS, VARANASI 
180. NANJUNDAIAH,NISARGA FOUNDATION, MYSORE
181. NASIRRIDDIN HAIDER KHAN, 
182. NAVEEN SIROMONI,CREATIVE DIRECTOR,KARPEDIEM DESIGN PVT LTD
183. NEHA PATEL, TARSHI, DELHI
184. NRI'S FOR SECULAR AND HARMONIOUS INDIA (NRI-SAHI)
185. OM THANVI, SENIOR JOURNALIST, DELHI
186. ORGANIZING YOUTH (OY)
187. OSAMA MANZAR- DIRECTOR, DIGITAL EMPOWERMENT FOUNDATION
188. P. JOSEPH VICTOR RAJ,HOLISTIC APPROACH FOR PEOPLE’S EMPOWERMENT,HOPE, PONDICHERRY
189. PAUL DIVAKAR, NCDHR, HYDERABAD
190. PAUL R. BRASS,PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES,UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
191. PD JOHN- POLICY INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON DC
192. POLICY INSTITUTE FOR RELIGION AND STATE (PIFRAS)
193. PRABHA,-TARSHI, DELHI
194. PRAFUL BIDWAI, SENIOR JOURNALIST, DELHI
195. PRAMILA LOOMBA- VICE PRESIDENT, NFIW, DELHI
196. PRASAD SJ, RADHANPUR, GUJARAT
197. PRASHANT BHUSHAN-ADVOCATE SUPREME COURT, DELHI
198. PRAVEEN MOTE,SAMATHA, HYDERABAD
199. PRITI VERMA- HUMAN RIGHTS LAW NETWORK
200. PROF. DIPANKAR HOME,DEPT. OF PHYSICS, BOSE INSTITUTE, KOLKATA 
201. PROF. S.M. SAJID, JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA,NEW DELHI
202. RA RAVISHANKAR, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, USA
203. RAGHU TIWARI ,AMAN
204. RAHUL DIPANKAR
205. RAHUL RAM, SINGER
206. RAJIM TANDI,MUKTI – NIKETAN, CHATTISGARH
207. RAM KUMAR-
208. RAM PUNYANI, EKTA, MUMBAI
209. RAMESH ALI BEASANT , AMBEDKAR LOHIA VICHAR MANCH , CUTTACK
210. REUBAN RAJ-CENTER FOR EDUCATION & SOCIAL SERVICES, MADURAI
211. RISH RAJ SINGH, ENTRPRENEUR, BHOPAL
212. ROLPHY PINTO S.J,ST FRANCIS XAVIER PARISH, CATHOLIC CHURCH, GUJARAT 
213. RUCHIRA GUPTA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,APNE AAP WOMEN WORLDWIDE
214. RUTH MANORMA- DALIT ACTIVISTS, TAMIL NADU
215. S FAIZI, ENVIRONMENTALIST, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
216. S K THORAT- INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DALIT STUDIES
217. S. SREEKANT, DEED – DEVELOPMENT THROUGH EDUCATION, KARNATAKA
218. SAEED PATEL,NRI-SAHI
219. SAFIUDDIN HUSSAIN, INFOSYS TECH LTD.
220. SAGARI R RAMDAS, ANTHRA
221. SAHIR RAZA-YOUTH FOR PEACE
222. SAMEER SINGH, MEDIA PLANNER
223. SANDEEP PANDEY- NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS, LUCKNOW, UP
224. SANDHYA GOKHALE FOR FORUM AGAINST OPPRESSION OF WOMEN
225. SANGRAM KESHARI MALLIK,MANAV ADHIKAR, ORISSA
226. SANJAY SINGH- NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS, SUTANPUR, UP
227. SATYAJIT MAYOR
228. SEHBA FAROOQUI- GEN-SEC, NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDIAN WOMEN (NFIW), DELHI
229. SHABNAM HASHMI –SOCIAL ACTIVIST, MEMBER, NATIONAL INTEGRATION COUNCIL,DELHI
230. SHADAB AHMAD,INFOSYS TECHNOLOGIES LTD.,MYSORE
231. SHAHZAD ALAM
232. SHALINI GERA-ACTIVIST, USA
233. SHAMANTHAKA DAVID,CORD, KARNATAKA
234. SHARDA, DEED, KARNATAKA
235. SHEBA GEORGE, SAHR WARU
236. SHEKHAR,SAMVAD, JHARKHAND
237. SHIAMALA BABY ,FORUM FOR WOMEN’S RIGHTS & DEVELOPMENT (FORWORD), CHENNAI
238. SHIBI PETER,YOUTH INSTITUTE FOR LEADERSHIP TRAINING, CSI YOUTH, KERELA
239. SHIVALI TUKDEO, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS,USA
240. SHOBA RAMACHANDRAN, BOOKS FOR CHANGE, BANGALORE
241. SHUBHA MUDGAL, MUSICIAN, DELHI
242. SIKH AMERICAN HERITAGE ORGANIZATION (SAHO)
243. SNEHAPRABHA MALLICK,SC – ST VILLAGE WELFARE DEV. YOJANA, ORISSA
244. SOFIA KHAN, ADVOCATE, AHMEDABAD
245. SOHAIL HASHMI, DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER
246. SONIA JABBER, FILM MAKER, DELHI
247. SOUTH ASIAN COLLECTIVE (SAC)
248. SOUTH ASIAN PROGRESSIVE ACTION COLLECTIVE (SAPAC)
249. SP UDAYAKUMAR, SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, NAGERCOIL
250. STALIN K., FILMMAKER, AHMEDABAD
251. STUDENTS FOR BHOPAL (SFB)
252. SUBHENDU BHADRA- PROMISE OF INDIA, BANGALORE
253. SUHYL RAHMAN,COORDINATOR, ECGC
254. SUJATA TIWARI, ANTICOUNTERFIETING, MUMBAI
255. SUMA JOSSON, MUMBAI
256. SUNIL DESHMUKH36 NORTHWIND DRSTAMFORD, CONNECTICUTUSA 06903
257. SUNIL KUMAR SINGH , LOK MANCH, AURANGABAD
258. SUNITA REDDY
259. SUPPORTERS OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA (SHRI)
260. SURESH WASNIK,PEACE - PEOPLES EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENT, KARNATAKA
261. SWAMI AGNIVESH, SOCIAL, RELIGIOUS REFORMER, DELHI
262. T.JAYARAMAN, SCIENTIST, TIFR
263. TARUN TEJPAL, CHIEF EDITOR, TEHELKA, DELHI
264. THAN SINGH
265. THE ORGANIZATION OF UNIVERSAL COMMUNAL HARMONY (TOUCH)
266. THOMAS PALLITHANAM
267. TK RAMACHANDRAN-KERALA
268. U. RADHA PRIYADARSHINI, SABALA, KURNOOL
269. UMA ASHISH NANDI
270. UPENDRA BAXI, ACADEMICIAN, DELHI
271. UTKARSH KUMAR SINHA-CCRS (CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH & STUDIES), LUCKNOW
272. UTTAM SIRUR
273. V.K.TRIPATHI, SADBHAV MISSION, NEW DELHI
274. VIJAY PRATAP SINGH , SOCIAL ACTIVIST, DELHI
275. VIMAL THORAT, NCDHR, DELHI
276. VINAY KUMAR DALIT BAHUJAN SAMAJ
277. VINCENT MANOHARAN, NCDHR, HYDERABAD
278. VISHWANATH, JUDAV, JHARKHAND
279. VOICES FOR FREEDOM
280. WILFRED,INSAAF, AHMEDABAD
281. WORLD TAMIL ORGANISATION (WTO)
282. YOUTH SOLIDARITY SUMMER (YSS)
283. YUNUS KHIMANI, PROFESSOR, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DESIGN, AHMEDABAD
284. ZIAUDDIN M. KHAN
285. ZIAUDDIN M. KHAN, DUBAI
286. ZUBAIR PATEL, GUJARATI MUSLIM ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

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