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Armed forces veterans group writes to PM, says it supports protests against targeted violence - Scroll.in

Dissent is not treason, it is the essence of democracy, the retired officials said in an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. by Scroll Staff. Published Jul 30, 2017 · 09:23 am. Armed forces veterans group writes to PM, says it supports ...and more »

Military Veterans to Modi: 'Dissent is Not Treason... It is the Essence of Democracy' - The Wire

114 former officers stand with #NotInMyName, 'dismayed' at vigilantism and free speech crackdown. Military Veterans to Modi: 'Dissent is Not Treason... It is the. "What is happening in our country today strikes at all that the armed forces, and indeed ...and more »

'Can No Longer Look Away': 114 Armed Forces Veterans Write To PM Modi - NDTV

New Delhi: Highlights. 114 veterans from all three services write letter to PM Modi; Condemn climate of fear and intimidation including of the media; Speak against attacks on Muslims, Dalits, support Not In My Name campaign. More than 100 military ...and more »

Military veterans write to PM Modi condemning attacks on Muslims, Dalits - Hindustan Times

More than 100 military veterans have in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned targeting of Muslims and Dalits by “self-appointed protectors of Hinduism”, saying India's strength is its diversity, media reports said on Monday. The letter ...and more »

114 veterans write to Narendra Modi, say can't look away from 'relentless vigilantism of self-appointed protectors ... - Firstpost

Over 100 veterans have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressing their displeasure over recent attacks on minorities, according to media reports. The Hindu reported that the letter dated 30 July, 2017, also stated that the veterans backed the ...and more »

Military veterans write to PM against lynchings - The Indian Express

Highlighting the recent attacks on Muslims and Dalits in the country, 114 military veterans have written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing their distress and condemning “the relentless vigilantism of the self-appointed ...and more »

Indian veterans decry targeting of minorities - Aljazeera.com

In open letter to PM Modi, 114 condemn attacks on Muslims and low-caste Dalits by Hindu cow-protection vigilante groups. 31 Jul 2017. Indian veterans decry targeting of minorities. The Not In My Name campaign was launched in protest against mob ...and more »

'Not in My Name': Over 100 armed forces veterans write to Modi, condemn mob violence - Daily News & Analysis

Condemning the rising incidents of mob violence in the country, over 100 armed forces veterans have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, supporting 'Not in My Name' campaign. In a letter to Prime Minister, veterans have condemned the targeting of ...and more »

Dissent not treason, retd faujis tell Modi - The Tribune

As many as 114 retired Indian armed forces personnel have written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Ministers of all states and Lieutenant-Governors of Union Territories, terming the recent developments in the country as “divisive ...and more »

Over 100 Indian military veterans lambaste Modi for attacks on Muslims, Dalits - The Express Tribune

More than 100 military veterans in India have penned a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemning the targeting of Muslims and Dalits, the lowest caste in Hindu tradition, in the country, Arab News reported. The letter comes a month after ...and more »