Stop Incarceration of Feminist Activists and Anti-CAA Protesters

  • May 25, 2020
Several activists and organisations have issued a press statement condemning the recent arrests in Delhi – of women from the feminist collective Pinjra Tod, who have been actively fighting sexual harassment and abuse of women students on university campuses in the city for nearly five years. They have been charged on many counts in connection with the violence that ended the peaceful anti-CAA-NPR-NRC protests. 
The statement also calls attention to the draconian laws under which a number of activists, predominantly Muslim, have been charged and incarcerated.



 25 May, 2020


We have been in a state of lockdown for two months. It has been a very harsh time for lakhs of our citizens, who have lost work, possessions, and been left hungry and homeless. Dalits, adivasis and the working Bahujan poor are the worst affected, with women amongst all communities having to bear the brunt of hunger, unemployment, illness, death and persistent family violence.


Throughout this period, we have seen the capital city of Delhi reeling under another sort of violence: the continuing action of the Delhi Police against anti-CAA protesters allegedly involved in the violence that erupted in Delhi in end February and took a toll of over 53 lives. As we know the violence followed and effectively ended weeks of peaceful protests led by women from across the city, against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), and the creation of a National Registry of Citizens, and a National Population Register.


Police action since then has led to the arrest and incarceration of, among others, a large number of young people, studying in various Delhi colleges and universities. The latest in this list are two activists of Pinjra Tod, a feminist collective that has been active in the capital since 2015. On Friday evening, May 23, Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal were arrested by policemen attached to the Jaffrabad Police station, Delhi for the ostensible role they played in the anti-CAA sit-in protests.  Both are students of JNU and play a leading role in Pinjra Tod. Their arrest came at the end of three hours of interrogation.  The two young women have since been charged under IPC sections 186/188/353/283/341/109/147/34. When produced before the Duty Magistrate at Mandaoli Jail yesterday, he said “the accused were merely protesting against NRC and CAA and did not indulge in any violence”. However, at the verbal suggestion of bail being granted, the Crime Branch officials moved a fresh application ( on the spot seeking arrest and 14 days police custody on FIR 50/20 PS Crime Branch.


They thus join a group of other young women, who have also been arrested in connection with the Delhi violence and have been charged under even more draconian laws. Gulfisha, an MBA student is languishing in jail since April 9 on charges of sedition. Safoora Zargar, member of the Jamia Coordination Committee and Ishrat Jahan, former Municipal Councillor are in jail for the past one and a half months. Safoora is pregnant and stands in danger of being infected with Covid1-19, given her vulnerable condition, and petitions for her release have gone unheeded.


Background to the Arrests


These young women, along with several others were inspired by the sit-in at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi. Begun in December 2019 by a large group of Muslim women from the locality, against the CAA-NRC-NPR triumvirate, the protests inspired similar peaceful protests in Delhi and across the country. All protests were peaceful, spontaneous, and leadership everywhere was largely female and local, with all decisions made in a decentralized manner.


A number of women’s groups, feminist and queer activists, students and citizens from all walks of life, including members of Pinjra Tod, have been part of the protests in Delhi. The presence of women was striking, especially of young women, and this was unprecedented. Their mode of protest was also unique. Peaceful and persistent, they challenged the unequal citizenship laws by redefining nationalism. They have made it clear that nationalism has to do with the Constitution and the rights guaranteed to all citizens, irrespective of gender, caste, class,  sexual orientation, religion and ethnicity. They have also made it clear that they will stand by their fellow citizens, from minority and marginal communities, who stand to be disenfranchised by the new Act, and whose very existence is in threat of being criminalized.


Thousands of protesters have asserted the citizenship rights of all protesters in unique ways: by reading out the Preamble to the Constitution in marches, rallies, and sit-in protests that raged on from mid December to February. This has been in stark contrast to those who are given to angry and violent rhetoric in the name of the nation, and who are disinterested in constitutional morality.


Rather than engage in dialogue with the protesters, the authoritarian regime of the BJP-led government has resorted to punitive and repressive measures. Protesters have been lathi-charged, met with water cannons, stopped by barricades and subject to random arrests. Yet they persisted in peaceful resistance. However, on February 23(, matters took a violent turn, when BJP MLA Kapil Mishra led a pro-CAA demonstration in North East Delhi.  Within a matter of hours, there was hurling of stones followed by systematic attacks on Muslim properties and households by masked goons. Many Muslims were killed and houses and shops attacked. Tragically, the recently elected AAP government in Delhi maintained a stony silence.


Since the attacks, hundreds of Muslims are languishing in makeshift camps while protesters continue to be arrested by the Delhi police. On the other hand, perpetrators of the Delhi violence are yet to be brought to book.


Therefore, we collectively:


  • Condemn these arrests and the attempt to malign young peoples’ democratic protest campaigns, especially the charge that the arrested young women were responsible for the violence and disruption that unfolded on February 23 and thereafter.


  • Object to the criminalisation of the right to protest. It is not only unconstitutional, but also effectively deprives the citizen of her rights to free expression and criticism.


  • Oppose this deliberate targeting of young women who have made a conscious political choice to be part of the democratic life of this country. We think that this sends out a wrong and malicious signal to other young women that they ought not to step outside the confines of their homes and take to public causes.


  • Find it inadmissible that in the present moment, when all other business of government, except that related to the pandemic and related emergency measures, remains suspended, the Delhi police appear to be in deliberate hurry in dealing with the Delhi violence.


  • Demand an immediate end to the deliberate targeting of students and members of the Muslim communities in the name of prosecuting those who engaged in the violence.  We also demand that all those arrested be set free and that provisions of the law such as the UAPA, which allows for detention without trial for a year, be revoked.


  • Continue to demand the repeal of CAA_NRC_NPR.


  • Continue to demand the release of all political prisoners.


Endorsed by


V Geetha, Writer and Feminist, Chennai

Ranjana Padhi, Feminist Activist and Writer, Bhubaneswar

Jhelum Roy, Student, Jadavpur University, Feminists in Resistance

Women Against Sexual Violence and State Repression (WSS)

Feminists in Resistance, Kolkata

Bebaak Collective

People’s Union of Civil Liberties, Maharashtra

Progressive Democratic Students’ Federation, West Bengal

Saheli Women’s Resource Centre, New Delhi.

Bekhauf Azaadi, Punjab

Forum against Oppression of Women, Mumbai

LABIA – A Queer Feminist LBT Collective

Persecuted Prisoners Solidarity Committee (PPSC)

Dash Theke Dash Hazar, West Bengal

Zenana Ensemble, New Delhi

Chhattisgarh Mahila Adhikar Manch

Madhya Pradesh Mahila Manch


Aadil Rashid, Entrepreneur

Aadya Pandey, Film student

Aakanksha Agarwal, Tax Consultant

Aanchal Jain, Alumni TISS

Aarefa Johari, Journalist

Aarti Khodke, PhD TISS

Aarthi Sridhar, Bangalore

Aastha Kumar, Alumni TISS

Aateka Khan, Delhi University

Aatreyee Ghoshal, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Aatreyee, Social Activist, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh

Abhaa Bhaiya, Feminist, Himachal Pradesh

Abha Dev Habib, Miranda House, Delhi University

Abhinav Khetarpal, Lighting Designer, Delhi

Abhishek Anid Dutta, Independent Film Maker

Abhishek Yadav, Student, TISS

Adil Qureshi, Economist

Aditi Anand, Entrepreneur

Aditi Joshi, Bombay

Aditi Maddali, Researcher

Aditi Rao, Poet

Adrian D’Cruz

Adv Ujwala Kadrekar, Mumbai

Afreen Sen Chatterji, Ballet teacher, Delhi

Agrima Verma, Film student

Aina Singh, Lecturer, Delhi University

Aishwarya Bhattacharya, JNU

Akashneel Ghatak, Student, Jadavpur University

Akhil Katyal, Poet

Akshita Bhat, Student, Ambedkar University

Alankrita, Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality,

Alia Farooqi, Student, TISS

Alnawaz Alam Sheikh Farooqi, Theatre artist

Alok, Mathematical Institute, Chennai

Aloka Kujur, Ranchi, WSS and NAPM

Ambreen Shah, Documentary Filmmaker

Amir Aziz, Actor, Poet

Amit R Baishya, University of Oklahoma

Amita Pitre, Gender Activist

Ammu Abraham, Women’s Rights and Civil Liberties Activist

Amrita Chhachhi, Scholar and Academic, The Netherlands

Amrita De, Social Activist

Amrita Howlader, Feminist in Resistance

Amrita Ibrahim, Teacher, Anthropology

Amrita Nandy, Researcher, Delhi

Amrita Pitre, Gender Activist

Amrita Shodhan

Anandaroop Sen, Academic

Anandhi.S, Chennai

Anannya Dasgupta, Academic, Chennai

Anantika Mehra, Centre for Policy Studies, IIT Bombay

Ananya Iyer, Student, TISS

Anatya , Electronics Engineer

Aneeta Rajendran, Gargi College, Delhi University

Anirban K Baishya, Fordham University

Anish Gawande, Pink List India

Anita Cheria, Bangalore

Anita Cherian, academic

Anita Ghai, Professor, New Delhi

Anjali Monteiro, Filmmaker and Academic

Anjana Sharma, Kamala Nehru College, Delhi University

Anjana Srivastava, Kamala Nehru College, Delhi University

Anju Kumari, IT Professional

Ankan Kazi, JNU

Ankur Tewari Musician

Anoushka Kurien, dancer, Chennai

Anu Salelkar, Social Worker

Anubha Mukherji, DDU College, Delhi University

Anubha Rana, Student

Anubha Rastogi, Advocate

Anuja Gupta, New Delhi

Anupama Potluri, Faculty, Hyderabad


Anuradha Banerji, Saheli, New Delhi.

Anuradha Marwah, Zakir Hussain College, Delhi University

Anuradha Kapoor, Kolkata

Anurag Goswami, Film Director

Anusha Hariharan, Phd Student, Chennai

Anwesha Roy, SOAS

Anwesha Sengupta, IDSK

Archana, Researcher

Archanaa Seker, Vettiver Collective

Archee Ray, Teacher

Arohi Panicker, Student, TISS

Arpita Biswas, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Arpita Majumdar, Writer

Artemis, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Arundhati Dhuru, NAPM

Arunesh Naiyar, LGBTQ Activist, Bangalore

Arya, Krantikari Naujawan Sabha, Delhi

Asad Hussain, Writer

Ashhar Haque, Casting Director

Ashika Bhargav, Research Scholar, AUD

Ashima Roy Chowdhury, Feminist Activist & Saheli member

Ashish Gupta, Journalist

Ashish Paliwal, Actor, Barefoot Theatre, Ashoka University

Asmita Aasaavari, Graduate student, University of Connecticut, USA

Avipsha Das, Chennai

Avni Kumar, The Global Fund

Ayesha Kidwai, JNU, Delhi

Ayush Prasad, Writer

Bejoy Nambiar, Film maker

Benu Mohanlal, Ramjas College, Delhi University

Bharti Ali, Child Rights Activist

Bhushan Vikas, Actor, MumbaiBiswajit K Bora, Delhi University

Biswajit K. Bora, University of Delhi

Bittu K R, WSS, Telangana Hijra Intersex Trans Samiti

Brienelle Dsouza, Academic and Activist

Brishti Chanda, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Brishti Sen Banerjee, Dhorshok Tumi-i

C J Kuncheria, The India Forum

Chandrika R, Software Engineer/ Thozhilalar Koodam, Chennai

Chhaya Datar, Retired Professor, Mumbai

Chayanika Shah, Queer Feminist Activist, Mumbai

Chittaroopa Palit, NBA and Madhya Pradesh Mahila Manch

Cijo Joy, SPM college, DU

Daechen, Student, TISS

Damini Pant, Alumni, TISS

Danish Khurram, Chennai

Darshana S Mini, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Dayadeep Monder, IIT Bombay

Deba Ranjan, Ganatantrik Adhikar Suraksha Sangathan (GASS),

Debaditya Bhattacharya, Kazi Nazrul University, West Bengal

Debak Das, Cornell University

Debalina, Filmmaker

Debayani Sen, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Debika Basak, Civil Engineer

Debika, Queer Feminist, Social Worker\

Debjanee Ganguly, Asst Prof, Calcutta University

Debjani Sengupta, IP College, Delhi University

Deepa V, Delhi

Deepika Joshi, Jan Swasthya Abhiyan, Chhattisgarh

Deepika Tandon, Miranda House, Delhi University

Deeptha Achar

Deepthi Pendurty, Arts Manager, Mumbai

Deepti Gopinath, Trade Union Activist, Mumbai

Dev Desai, Social Activist, ANHAD, Gujarat

Devjani Ray, Miranda House, Delhi University

Deyali Mukherjee, Filmmaker

Dhananjay Kapse, Delhi University

Dhananjay Khandagale, Alumni TISS

Dhwani Vij, Theatre Artist, Delhi

Diamond Oberoi Vahali, Ambedkar University, Delhi

Dimple Oberoi Vahali, Egalitarian Trails bridging.

Dipanwita Paul, WASH

Dipti Tamang

Divya Kannan, Asst. Professor, SNU

Divya Sarathy, Chennai

Dr Bidisha, Tripura University

Dr Brahm Prakash, Faculty, Arts and Aesthetics, JNU

Dr Meena Gopal, Feminist Academic and Activist, Mumbai

Dr Mira Shiva, Public Health Physician

Dr Radha Kapuria, University of Sheffield

Dr Vebhuti Duggal, Ambedkar University

Dr. Ajita, Dalit Feminist, Delhi

Dr. K Saradamoni, Senior Academic

Dr. Navneet Sharma, Faculty, Department of Education, CUHP

Dr. Poulami Pal, Independent Researcher, Delhi

Dr. Ranjita Biswas, Psychiatrist, Kolkata

Dr. Suchi Gaur, Engagement and Communications Lead

Durgesh Solanki, Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, USA


Dyuti Sudipta, Feminist Researcher

Esthappen S, Dalit Human Rights Defenders Network

Faraz Alam, Cinematographer

Firdaus Soni, Research Scholar, University of Hyderabad

Furqan Faridi, Journalist, Film student


Gabriele Dietrich, NAPM

Gandharv Dewan, Actor

Gaurav C Garg, New York University

Gautam Bhattacharya, Stage Lighting Designer

Gayatri Khandhadai, Lawyer

Garima Yadav, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi University

Geeta Seshu, Journalist and co-editor, Free Speech

Geeta Thatra, Research Scholar

Gitanjali Kamra, Student, TISS

Gorvika Rao, Miranda House, Delhi University

Govind Kelkar, Women’s Rights Researcher

Grace Mary Sukanya, Film student

Guneet Kaur, International Human Rights Law Researcher

Hargun Aiden,  development consultant, Geneva

Harishankar Nachimuthu, Film maker, Chennai

Hazel Lobo, Counsellor

Heer Ganjwala, Filmmaker, Mumbai

Himalika Mohanty, MPhil Scholar, JNU

Hirashmi Singh, Actor

Honey Oberoi Vahali, Ambedkar University Delhi

Humaira Ansari, Journalist

Ifsha Zehra, Independent Researcher, Delhi

Imran Khan, Theatre Person, Delhi

Imran Rizvi, Retired Supply Chain Professional

Indira C, Delhi.

Isha Shandilya, Social Worker

Isha Sharma, JNU

Isha Singh Sawhney, Entrepreneur/Writer

Jairaj Singh, Journalist

Janaki Abraham, DU

Janaki Nair, Historian

Jarjum Ete, Activist and Former Chairperson, Arunachal Pradesh State Commission For Women

Jashvender, Film maker, Mumbai

Jasjit Singh, Actor, Mumbai

Jaya Sharma, Activist and Writer, Delhi

Jinee Lokaneeta, Drew University, USA

Joyee Roy, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Julia George, Women’s rights lawyer, Pune

June Banerjee, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Jyotsna Siddharth, Delhi

Kabi S, Human

Kabi S. Human, Mumbai

Kalpana Mehta, Feminist Activist, Indore

Kalpana Purshothaman, Child Rights Activist, Bengaluru

Kalpana Zubre, PhD, TISS

Kalpana, Academic, Chennai

Kalyani Menon, WSS, Gurugram

Kamal KM, filmmaker, Kochin

Kamayani Bali Mahabal, Human Rights Activist, Mumbai

Kapil Madaan, Software Engineer

Karen Gabriel, St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University

Karuna DW, Visiting Faculty, Azim Premji University

Kavita Krishnan, All India Progressive Women’s Association (AIPWA)

Kavya Murthy

Keval Arora, Delhi University

Kheya Chattopadhyay, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Koel Chatterji, Feminists in Resistance

Kolika Mitra, Researcher

Koyel Ghosh, Teacher, Kolkata

Kriti Budhiraja, PhD Scholar, University of Minnesota

Kritika, Advocate

Kuntal Tamang, Motilal Nehru College, Delhi University

Lakshmi Krishnamurty, Alarippu

Lara Jesani, Advocate

Lata Singh, JNU

Lavanya Shanbhogue Arvind, Researcher

Lourdes Mary Supriya, Film Student

Madhu Bhushan, Women’s rights activist, Bangalore

Madhu, Stree Mukti Sangathan

Madhukar Pakale, Alumni, TISS

Madhurima Ghosh, Designer, Feminists in Resistance

Madhusree Basu, Artist, Chennai

Madhvi Zutshi, SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi University

Maheen Mirza, Film Maker, Bhopal

Maitreyee Misra, Alumni, TISS

Malavika Goyal, Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality,

Malay Firoz, Brown University

Mallika Taneja, Theatre Artist

Malobika, Queer Feminist Activist

Manjari Kaul, Freelance Theatre Artist

Mansi Goyal, Alumna, JNU

Maru Ann Lopes, BCS

Mary E John, Senior Fellow, Centre for Women’s Development Studies

Maya Krishna Rao, Theatre Artist

Md. Meharban, Photo Journalist, Delhi

Medha, German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA), Hamburg

Medha, SNU

Meenakshi Bharat, Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University

Meenakshi Malhotra, Hansraj College, Delhi University

Meera Sanghamitra, THITS, WSS & NAPM

Megha Acharya, Film student

Megha Sheth, Mental Health Therapist

Meghna Sukumar, activist, Chennai

Menkah Ahlawat, Mata Sundari College, Delhi University

Mohd Abuzar, Social Activist, Anhad

Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub, Actor

Monami Nandy, Artiste


Mrinalini Vasudevan, Associate Editor

Mritunjay Kumar, Social Activist, Bihar

Mudita Mohile, Gargi College, Delhi University

Mukul Chaturvedi, Zakir Hussain College, Delhi University

Mukul Mangalik, Delhi University

Sachin, Dyal Singh College, Delhi University

Nabina Das, Poet and Writer

Naina Sareen, Actor

Nalini Nayak, Delhi University

Nancy Talukdar, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Nandini D Tripathy, Book Publishing

Nandini Dhar

Nandini Dutta, Miranda House, Delhi University

Nandini Rao, Feminist Activist, WSS, New Delhi

Nandini Sen, Bharati College, Delhi University

Nandini Sundar, Sociology Dept, Delhi University

Nandita Gandhi, Activist, Mumbai

Nandita Narain, St. Stephen’s Colllege, Delhi University

Natty Lopes, Social Worker

Navamita Chandra, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Navneet Bedar, Education Expert

Navsharan Singh, Independent Researcher, Delhi

Neel Sengupta, Theatre Practitioner, Delhi

Neelambari Bhattacharya, Student, M.A. Sociology, University of Delhi

Neelanjana Mukhia, Feminist Activist

Neetika Vishwanath, Lawyer

Neha Vermani, Dept. Of History, Royal Holloway Unv. Of London

Ngurang Reena, JNU

Niharika Banerjea, Teacher, Delhi/Kolkata

Nikhil Sehra, JNU

Nikita Audichya, University of Delhi

Nikita Pathak, Student, TISS

Nilanjana Sengupta, Independent Researcher

Nisha Biswas, WSS, Feminists in Resistance, Kolkata

Nisha Rani, Social Worker

Nithila Kanagasabai, Researcher

Nityanand Jayaraman, Activist, Chennai

Nupur Mittal, Shyama Prasad Mukherji College, New Delhi

Om Damani, IIT Bombay

P V Srividya, Journalist

P.K Vijayan, Hindu College, Delhi University

Paankhi, Research Scholar

Padma Velaskar, Professor (Retd) TISS, Mumbai

Padmaja Shaw, WSS, Hyderabad

Pamela Philipose, Senior Journalist, New Delhi

Panchali Kar, Theatre Practitioner, Gender Rights Activist

Pankaj Rishi Kumar, Documentary Filmmaker

Paramjeet Singh

Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Senior Journalist

Parnisha Sarkar, University of Toronto

Parth Khare, Researcher

Payal, Student, TISS

Ponni Arasu, Feminist Historian

Pooja Nair, LABIA

Pooja Thakur, Ramjas College, Delhi university

Poornima Kumar, Youth Worker

Poushali Basak, Researcher and Activist

Prabha N, Delhi

Prabharkar Palaka, SSN, Delhi University

Prabhleen Tuteja

Pramod Gupta, Groundxero, Kolkata

Pramodini Pradhan, WSS and PUCL, Bhubaneswar

Prarthna Singh Photographer

Prateek Vats, Film Director

Pratiksha Baxi, JNU, Delhi

Pratiksha Priyadarshini, Researcher

Pratiti Basak, IT Worker

Prerna Dharnidharika, Therapist

Prerna Mishra, Alumni, TISS

Prerna Singh Academic

Pritha Paul, OP Jindal Inv.,

Pritha, Student, TISS

Priyal Pandey, Researcher

Priyanka Kumar, NRU-HSE, Moscow

Priyanka Seshadri, JNU

Priyanka, Student, TISS

Prof. Dr Md Shahid Hussain, Department of Political Science, Allama Iqbal College Bihar Sharif, Nalanda

Prof. Sucharita Sen, CSRD, JNU

Pulin Nayak, Delhi University

Purwa Bharadwaj, Delhi

Pushpa Achanta, Bangalore

Pushpender Singh, Film maker

Pyoli, Lawyer, Delhi

Radhika Chadha, Miranda House, Delhi University

Radhika Chadha, Miranda House, New Delhi

Radhika Uppal, Researcher, Delhi

Radhika, Asst. Prof., Jindal Global Law School

Rahul Menon, Asst Professor, TISS Hyderabad

Rahul Rai, Poet, Playwright

Raj Merchant, LABIA

Rajashri Dasgupta, Independent Journalist

Rajeev Chaturvedi, Actor

Rajendra Parihar, Ramjas College, Delhi University

Rajiv Jha, SRCC, Delhi University

Ram Kumar Thakur, JNU

Ranjana Khanhere

Ravi Jha, Software Engineer UBS

Ravinder Jha, Miranda House,Delhi University

Rehan Khan, Cinematographer, Mumbai

Renu Singh, PhD candidate, AUD

Reshmi Sen, Self Employed

RG Sudharson, Chennai

Rigya, Research Scholar, TISS

Rimple Mehta, Western Sydney University

Rina Ramdev, Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University

Rinchin, WSS, Bhopal.

Ritambhara Mehta, Queer feminist, New Delhi

Ritu Dewan, Activist, Delhi

Ritu Menon, Publisher, New Delhi

Rohini Hensman, Writer and Researcher

Roopa Dhawan, Ramjas College, Delhi University

Roshmi Goswami, Feminist, Human Rights Activist, Shillong

Roshni Chattopadhyay, Researcher

Rouhan Shahpurwala, Service

Ruchir Arun, Film Director

Rudrashish Chakravarti, Delhi University

Sadhna Arya, DU

Sagarika, Chhattisgarh Mahila Manch

Sahana Manjesh, Advocate

Saira Chakrabarty, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Samira Junaid

Samira Nadkami, Bombay

Samyak Ghosh, Columbia University

Sana Taneja, Digital Advertiser

Sananda Dasgupta, Feminists in Resistance

Sanchari Sengupta, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Sandhya Panaskar, Mumbai

Sandhya Phadke, Maharashtra

Sanghamitra Mukherjee, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Sanjay Kumar Bohiday, SRCC, Delhi University

Sanjay Kumar, Public Policy Specialist, Delhi

Sanober Keshwaar, Lecturer

Sanskriti Rajkhowa, JNU

Sarojini N, Delhi

Saswati Sengupta, Miranda House, Delhi University

Satarupa, Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication

Satyabana Awasthi, Chhattisgarh Mahila Manch

Saumyajit Bhattacharya, Kirori Mal College, Delhi University

Saumyajit Bhattacharya, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi

Sayani Gupta, Actor

Sayantani Mukherjee, Columbia university

Sayori Ghoshal, Columbia University

Seema, Chhattisgarh Mahila Manch

Seema Marmath, Research Scholar, TISS

Shahana Bhattacharya, Delhi University

Shahid Hussain, Advertising Professional

Shailza, Advocate

Shakeel Qureshi, Artist, Photographer

Shakun Doundiyakhed, Feminist Activist, Bangalore

Shalini Baxi, Delhi University

Shalini Gera, High Court of Chhattisgarh at Bilaspur

Shalini Gera, Advocate, High Court of Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur

Shampa Bhattacharjee, Academic

Shampa Roy, Miranda House, Delhi University

Sharanya Deepak , Writer/Journalist

Shardul Bhardwaj, Actor, Mumbai

Sharmila Purkayastha, Miranda House, Delhi University

Sharmistha Nanda, Researcher, Delhi

Shaunak Sen, Documentary Film maker

Shaunna Rodrigues, Columbia University

Sheba Chhachhi, Independent Photographer, Delhi

Shefali Kishore, Alumni, TISS

Sherina Joshi, Deshbandhu College, Delhi University

Shewli Kumar

Shikha Kothiyal, Gargi College, Delhi University

Shikhar Agarwal, Entrepreneur, Hardoi

Shilpa Phadke, Mumbai

Shilpi Singh, New Delhi

Shipra Nigam, Researcher, Delhi

Shivadooti Mandal, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Shivani Kapoor, JGU

Shivani Mutneja, Writer

Shivika Jain, Fashion designer

Shraddha Chatterjee, Doctoral Candidate, York University

Shraddha Chigateri

Shraddha NV Sharma, Guest Faculty, Bangalore University

Shraddha, Film maker, Mumbai

Shramana Roy, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Shreosi Ray, Dancer

Shrestya Saraswati, Revolutionary Students Front, Kolkata

Shreya Batra, Student, TISS

Shreya K, Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha (Mazdoor Karyakarta Committee, Raipur

Shreya Sangal, WSS

Shruti Chakravarty, LABIA

Shruti Negi, Student, TISS

Shruti Parthasarathi, Alumni TISS

Shruti Sharma, Theatre Practitioner

Shruti, EPW

Shubham, Actor, Screenwriter

Shubham, Alumnus, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Shubhangi Garg, Attorney

Shweta Pasricha, Entrepreneur, New Delhi

Shweta SachdevaJha, Miranda House, Delhi University

Siddhartha Ghosh, Mumbai

Smita Gupta, Economist and Activist, New Delhi

Smriti George, Consultant, Communication Strategy

Smriti Kiran, Artistic Director

Smriti Nevatia, Feminist

Smritiparna Sengupta, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Sneha Philip, Development professional

Snigdha Singh, Miranda House, Delhi University

Sohini Chattopadhyay, Columbia University

Soma Marik, Dash Theke Dash Hajar, West Bengal

Somashree Chowdhury, Activist, Kolkata

Somjita Laha, Research Fellow, Institute for Human Development

Sona Mitra, Researcher, Delhi

Sonal Sharma, Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Sophie Johari, Craftswoman, Entrepreneur

Soumyajit Parmanick, Researcher, Kolkata

Sowjanya Tamalapakula, TISS Hyderabad

Srikanta Mohanty, State Secretary, Chaasi Mulia Sangh, AIKMS, Odisha

Srila Roy, Wits University, South Africa

Sriram Raja, Filmmaker

Sruthi Muraleedharan, SNU

Subha, Sri Lanka

Subia Ahmed, JNU

Suchismita Chattopadhyay, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

Sujatha Gothoskar, Activist, Mumbai

Sujatha Subramaniam, Researcher

Sukriti Gogoi, Research Scholar, TISS

Sumangala Damodaran, Ambedkar University, Delhi

Sumedha Kaushik, Student, TISS

Sumedha, Researcher

Sumita Beethi, Queer-feminist activist, Kolkata

Sundrrram Arjun, Film maker

Suneeta Dhar, Activist, Delhi

Sunil Pillay, Educationist

Suniti Madan, Venkateswara College, DU

Supriya Jan , Mumbai

Surabhi Sharma,Independent Filmmaker

Sushmita Venugopal, Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Sushmita, Independent Researcher, Mumbai

Suvojit Chattopadhyay

Svati Joshi, Academic, Ahmedabad

Swati Arora, King’s College, London

Swati Chakraborty, Disability Activist and Film Maker

Swati Moitra, Gurudas College, Calcutta University

Swatija Paranjpe, Feminist Activist, Mumbai

Tamoghno Halder, UC Davis

Tannu Sharma , JDM, Delhi University

Tapasya, Independent Journalist

Tarini Pandey, JDM, Delhi University

Teja Varma, SNU

Tiasha Biswas, Student

Tinku Khanna, Feminists in Resistance

Titas Ghosh, Alumni TISS

Titas Roy Barman, Dhorshok Tumi-i

Tomojit Basu, Public Policy Analyst

Twinkle, JNU

Udisha, Student, TISS

Udita Halder, Collective, Delhi.

Uma Chakravarti, Feminist Historian and Film Maker

Uma Mukherjee, Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, USA

University, Delhi

Uponita Mukherjee, Columbia University

Urmila Salunkhe, Bombay

Uttaran Das Gupta, Novelist

Vaigish Jha, Educationist, Delhi

Vaishali Janarthnan, Social Worker

Vandana Mathur, Deshbandhu College, Delhi University

Vandita Jain, Cinematographer, Mumbai

Vani Subramanian, New Delhi

Vani Tripathi, Filmmaker

Vanita Ganesh, TISS Alumni

Veena Gowda, Advocate

Venita, Medical and Psychiatric Social Worker

Venkat T, Thozhilalar Koodam, Chennai

Veronica Xavier, Social Activist and Vocal Coach

Vibhuti Patel, Academic, Mumbai

Vidhya Aiyar, New Delhi, WSS

Vidula Sonagra

Vidya Das Arora, Delhi University

Vijay Ravikumar, Artist,  Chennai

Vikramaditya Motwane, Film maker

Vikrant Pawar, Film Director

Vineeta Bal, Pune.

Vinita Chandra, Ramjas College, Delhi University

Vinita Gupta Chaturvedi, DCAC, Delhi University

Vipin Krishna, UCLA

Vishal Bhatia, Banker.

Yasha Ramchandani, Film Editor

Zenia Pillay, Businessperson



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