Under the banner of Janvadi Adhikar Manch, a four member investigation team, led by Prof. SC Tyagi, comprising Prof. Chandrashekhar, Prof. Mohd Nafiz and Prof. Raghuvansh Tyagi visited various affected villages of Muzaffarnagar on Sept 11 and 12, 2013 to investigate the possible reasons of the riots. The team has reached to their conclusions on the basis of various reports in newspapers and confirmation from what the people informed the team.
The people of Kashmir valley are fighting a very honourable fight for self-determination, and both India and Pakistan are determined to deny them this right. Accession of Kashmir was based on a wrong principle. The government of India claims that the King of J&K wanted merger with India, but in other provinces where the kings wanted separation, they claimed people are with us. Afzal has been hanged to give out a message to people of Kashmir that if they fight for 'Azadi' they shall meet the same fate.
Holding colourful banners, flags and leaflets in their hands hundreds of poor farmer men, women and children from the Ganga and Jamuna valley Wednesday marched to Sangam city. Organized by All India Kisan Mazdoor Sabha (AIKMS) they held Jal Sansad, appealing to lakhs of Kalpvasis and devotees from all over India, who were here in the hope of achieving liberation from troubles, to have faith in their unity and struggles to prevent loot of water and other natural resources essential for their living.
Continuing its campaign at the Kumbh Mela, All India Kisan Mazdoor Sabha (AIKMS) on Feb. 13th will highlight the problem of free diversion of river water meant for irrigation to help profit-making multinational corporations. A large number of intellectuals and organizations have lent support to the campaign and shall be participating in the event. The main theme is 'People, not companies have first right over nature and NO to MNCs'.