New Delhi: A number of civil rights activists and concerned citizens today held a meeting under the banner ‘Aman Ekta Manch’ and have decided to hold a demonstration outside the UP Bhawan on September 12 at 2 pm onwards.
The note circulated by the Aman Ekta Manch said, “It has been more than a week that Western part of Uttar Pradesh is witnessing uninterrupted communal violence. Dozens of people have lost lives, and many families are fleeing from the area. The Government is not showing any political will to take action and stop the violence. The administration and Government are only playing blame game.”
“There are many political interests that are trying to outdo others. The result is that the violence that started from Muzaffar Nagar has now spread into others cities, towns and villages,” they added.
The campaign will run under Aman Ekta Manch ( AEM) that came into existence in 2002, in the wake of Gujarat pogrom. They will be deciding further plan actions of after the protest demonstration and have appealed to peace love people to join the protest in large number.
Those who attended today’s meeting included:
Apoorvanad, Tanweer Fazal, Himnshu Kumar, Ahmad Sohaib, Mansi Sharma , Bhasha Singh , Atul Chaurasiya, Ali Javed, Arjumand Ara, Shanawaz Malik, Manisha Pandey, Nalin, Sadiq Naqvi, Ankit Agrawal, Asad Ashraf, Imran Ali, Poorva Bhardwaj, Laraib Akram, Khurshid Anwar, Areeb Rizvi and Mahtab Alam.