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Dumka, Dec. 28: The state government is still facing the heat over the Kathikund police firing. The incident has become a national issue with social activists and organisations taking to the streets for alleged atrocities against Adivasis in Jharkhand.

Detention of noted social activist and Magsaysay award winner Sandeep Pandey by the Dumka police on Saturday has earned flak from activists across the country. Pandey was on his way to Amgachi village when he was detained

On December 27, a team from the postgraduate department of Gandhian philosophy of Tilka Manjhi University, Bhagalpur, visited the family members of Lukiram Tudu, who died in Kathikund firing, at Daldali. The team also visited other villages such as Amgachi, Pokharia, Saraipani and Amarpani. People in these villages were fighting to protect their land.

National convener of Gandhi Vichar Manch, Ajit Sinha, with professor Bijoy along with Ganga Mukti Andolan’s Shyam Sundar, Angika Sahitya Sammelan’s Bhagwan Pralay along with dozens of social activist visited the areas and conducted survey. The team alleged that the Kathikund incident was the result of apathy towards tribals.

According to Sinha, the social workers would start a non-violent movement in Bhagalpur against the gross injustice shown towards the tribals. “The movement would also be initiated in Patna and other parts of the country to mount pressure on Jharkhand government to provide adequate compensation to the victim families,” Sinha said.

(Source:http://www.telegraphindia.com/1081229/jsp/jharkhand/story_10315110.jsp)

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