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Confronto sull’art. 21 della “Dichiarazione universale dei Diritti Umani e Civili delle Nazioni Unite”.

INDIAN SUPPORTERS EXPRESS CONCERNS OVER POLICE PRESSURE ON MARCH TO TIBET
30 settembre 2009

Marchers remain resolute despite limited food supply and imprisoned leaders

imgAlmora – Today preeminent Gandhian, Rajiv Vora, and long time Tibet supporter, Asha Reddy, held a press conference in Almora to lend their support to the marchers and to explain the current situation on the March to Tibet.

For the last 10 days, the Marchers have been under massive police pressure to withdraw from their campsite at Banspatan, Uttarakhand State. Police have confiscated all four of the March’s trucks, and have told marchers trying to leave the area that they would not be allowed to re-enter the site. Upon hearing that the marchers’ food supply had been blocked, founding member of Swarajpeeth, Rajiv Vora, his wife, and Asha Reddy, decided to travel to the March to see what they could do to help

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