NAPM Request to the Joint Parliamentary Committee for Compensation and Transparency in Land Bill 2015

New Delhi : Responding to the newspaper advertisements inviting submissions from the public at large on “The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Second Amendment Bill, 2015), NAPM, an alliance of 250 plus people’s movements from across the country led by Medha Patkar has asked for extending the time for receiving inputs from public.

Adivasis and Slum Dwellers oppose builder-police nexus to claim land rights in Mumbai

19th April 2015, Mumbai : In yet another attempt to snatch away Adivasi and poor people’s land in the name of SRA in Malad East Kokani Pada, powerful builder lobby is misusing police force and surveys to forcibly evacuate the  adivasis who have been staying on the land for generations. If that was not enough, the police is also using brute force and unjust means to openly beat and abuse activists and crush peaceful protests of the people, denying the right to demand land and housing rights.

BJP Continues to Mislead Farmers and their Supporters in Various Parties

: The Real Battle is between Farmers and Land Grabbing Corporates and BJP, not between Bharat and Pakistan! :  BJP is Hiding Behind the Poor in its Defence :  The Ordinance now Bill is Bringing Back the Colonial Legacy: Unacceptable : Delhi : Forcible land acquisition has always been an issue of life and death for millions of people in India, not only farmers but also agricultural laborers and fish workers. With the Land Ordinance it has become a political hot-potato. More than 350 people’s organizations gathered at the Parliament Street on February 24th, with 25,000 people from Gujarat to Orissa to Assam, and from Himachal Pradesh to Tamil Nadu and Kerala. It has forced the political parties to take a stand on the issue and leading to heated debate and discussion on the floor of the Parliament. It is certainly a result of the anti-farmer and anti-poor move of undemocratically amending the 2013 Act on Land Acquisition and Rehabilitation to the extent of killing its very spirit and purpose.

किसान और मज़दूर विरोधी भू-अधिग्रहण अध्यादेश के विरोध में आंदोलन, ट्रेड यूनियन और राजनीतिक दल एकजुट

दिनांक 23-24 जनवरी 2015 को केंद्र सरकार द्वारा वर्ष 2014 के आखरी हफ्ते में लाये गए भूमि अधिग्रहण अध्यादेश के विरोध में जनान्दोलनों के राष्ट्रीय समन्वय (NAPM), अखिल भारतीय वन-जन श्रमजीवी यूनियन (AIUFWP), जनसंघर्ष समन्वय समिति, छत्तीसगढ़ बचाओ आन्दोलन, इंसाफ, दिल्ली समर्थक समूह एवं अन्य संगठनों ने मिलकर दिल्ली के दीन दयाल मार्ग स्थित नेहरु युवा केंद्र में दो दिवसीय राष्ट्रीय अधिवेशन का आयोजन किया. सभा में उत्तर प्रदेश, उत्तराखंड, बिहार, झारखण्ड, राजस्थान, महाराष्ट्र, मध्य प्रदेश, छत्तीसगढ़, पश्चिम बंगाल, हिमाचल प्रदेश, हरियाणा के किसान और मज़दूर संगठनों के प्रतिनिधि शामिल हुए.  इस अधिवेशन के पहले दिन केंद्र सरकार द्वारा लाये गए अध्यादेशों पर विस्तारित चर्चा हुई और भू-अधिग्रहण अध्यादेश के विरोध में देश व्यापी प्रतिवाद खड़ा करने की योजना बनायी गयी, जबकि दूसरे दिन जन सभा आयोजित की गयी जिसमे विभिन्न राजनितिक दलों के नेताओं ने भू-अधिग्रहण के सम्बन्ध में अपने विचार रखे.

New AP Capital will only Help Real Estate Developers at the Cost of Agriculture

: Land Ordinance to Facilitate Land Grab for new AP Capital Region : Land Ordinance is Worse than 1894 Act and Has United People : January 19, 2015: “Land Ordinance has provided the right ammunition for the people and parties to come together against this government with authoritarian tendencies, said Sharad Yadav, senior JD(U) leader. He was speaking at the day long consultation organized at the Constitution Club, New Delhi by NAPM on the issue ‘Land ordinance, Corporate Land Grab and Green Field Capital for Andhra Pradesh’.