Regarding the Gruesome Murder of Dr. Pankaj Narang (DCP)

To The Commissioner of Police, 

Delhi Police

We as an alert group expect that you will ensure appropriate action against all the criminals so that justice can be meted out to Dr. Pankaj Narang’s family and safety can be further assured to the family members and other residents of the locality. 

Looking forward to some positive action in this regard and would appreciate if GIA is informed about the action taken.

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Sense of Insecurity and Exodus of Hindu Families from Kairana, Uttar Pradesh

To The Chairperson, 

National Human Rights Commission

Dear Sir, 

We are immensely disturbed at the reports of the exodus of Hindu families of Kairana, in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, mere 70 km away from Delhi due to the fear to their lives and the security concern of their women. 

We request you to take serious note of the exodus by Hindu families of the area and assure that no community ahs to flee from its native place due to fear and injustice being meted out by the people of the other community. Some concrete measures should be taken to ensure that the lost glory of peaceful co-existence of people of different communities can be reestablished in the region. 

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The Issue of NIT, Srinagar

To The Union Minister of Human Resource Development

Govt. of India

The issue of JNU has not pacified yet and here begins another problem at NIT, Srinagar. We are immensely disturbed at the media reports of the recent turn of events at NIT. We at GIA have a few concerns and suggestions too which we would like to share with you: 

  1. Campuses be made free of all kinds of anti-nationalist elements. 
  2. Strict exemplary action against the perpetrators of outrages and violators of human rights against the pro-nationalist students be taken so that a strong message is shared across the country. 
  3. In view of the lathi-charge on the tri-color hoisting students, we demand that students be made feel secure and safe so that the reputation of the Institute is maintained. 
  4. The Expert Team of your Ministry has met the students and other stakeholders on ground zero and we suggest your Ministry works in coordination with the Union Home Ministry on this complex issue for a permanent solution. 
  5. At present the NIT Campus is under the control of CRPF, the Centre governed force, and the nationalist students are feeling secure and safe. The state government should bee handled boldly so that nationalist students feel secure not only in this one campus but all the campuses in the State. 

We as a group extend our full support to this national cause by appreciating, suggesting and cooperating on issues at our end. 

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The Issue of NIT, Srinagar – The Honorable Minister

To The Honourable Minister, 

Ministry of Home affairs

Dear Mr. Singh

Just to gently remind you that our group had submitted a memorandum to your ministry in the aftermath of the JNU incident and had met you personally to give you some concrete suggestions over it. 

The issue of JNU has not pacified yet and here begins another problem at NIT, Srinagar. 

While whole-heartedly appreciating the efforts of your Ministry, we at GIA have a few concerns and suggestions too which we would like to share with you: 

  1. Campuses be made free of all kinds of anti-nationalist elements
  2. Strict exemplary action against the perpetrators of outrages and violators of human rights
  3. In view of the lathi-charge on the tri-color we demand students feel safe and secure
  4. The MHRD team has met the students and other stakeholders, we suggest that your Ministry work in coordination with the MHRD on this complex issue for a permanent solution
  5. The State Government should be handled boldly so nationalist students feel secure. 

We request you take note of the above suggestions in the interest of the country. We as a grou extend our full support to this national cause by appreciating, suggesting and cooperating on issues at our end. 

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On the Issue of NIT, Srinagar (NCW)

To The Chairperson

National Commission for Women

Dear Ms. Kumarmanglam,

We at GIA have a few concerns and suggestions which we would like to share with you:

  1. Campuses be made free of all kinds of anti-nationalist elements
  2. Strict exemplary action against perpetrators of outrages and violators of human rights
  3. Demand that students be made to feel secure
  4. The State government should handle provisions boldly so that all students, especially girls feel secure
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