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Military action ‘cannot solve’ Social problems: Binayak Sen

Posted by Admin on July 26, 2009

Maoist Comrade Niranjan Bose

Binayak Sen

New Delhi: A civil rights activist arrested over two years ago for alleged links with Maoists and freed on bail two months ago, yesterday said military action was not a solution to solve social problems.

Binayak Sen, a medical doctor, was in New Delhi to attend his first public meeting with civil society activists after the Supreme Court granted him bail.

“The main reason why I am here today is to start a peace initiative in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and other Maoist-hit states, mainly with the civil society and give out the message that social problems cannot be solved by military confrontation,” Sen said on the sidelines of the meeting at the Indian Social Institute.

“Primarily we want the civil society and others to participate in this initiative and we will have a meeting on August 4. There is no direct initiative to involve the government now although some of the members of our group, the People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), are talking about inviting parliamentarians too,” the 59-year-old activist added.

Sen was accompanied by his wife Ilina who has been his constant supporter through all civil liberty movements.

An activist who has contributed immensely in the field of public health and other social issues, Sen has been vociferous against “human rights violations” by the state-sponsored militia, the Salwa Judum, in Chhattisgarh. Read the rest of this entry »

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