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Nous faisons appel à la solidarité internationale pour soutenir la lutte menée depuis 32 ans par Narmada Bachao Andolan, contre la décision autoritaire du Premier Ministre indien de fermer les portes du barrage du lac Sardar Sarovar, un projet qui détruit l’environnement et viole les droits de l'homme, sans assurer la réhabilitation des 200 000 personnes qui ont vécu  dans les zones qui seront submergées.

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PARCE QUE , encore aujourd'hui, environ 40 000 familles vivent dans la zone de submersion  du barrage de Sardar Sarovar: des milliers d'agriculteurs et de tribaux  se sont vu  refuser leur droit légal à la réhabilitation sur des terres cultivables  des milliers de travailleurs sans terre, pêcheurs, potiers, petits commerçants , se sont vu privés de leurs moyens de subsistance sans réhabilitation et leurs  villages prospères et florissants vont être submergés.

UPDATE : @medhanarmada has just been lifted from the Dharna site on 12th day of her fast

The canes used on people by police to disperse them at the fasting site

Along with her five other fasting protesters have also been arrested, remaining 6 continue their fast. Nearly 2000 police force was mobilised who came down heavily on the peaceful ongoing meeting. They used force to break the pandals and when women tries resisting the arrest of Medha ji they were beaten and manhandled by male policemen. Several have suffered injury. They broke the stage, the pandal, chairs and rope fencing etc. It is shameful that in 12 days they never felt it good enough to dialogue with the people but used force to finally arrest her.

There have been series of incidents of state repression in the Narmada Valley, over the past month, especially the forcible ‘hospitalization’ and illegal detention of Medha Patkar and other oustees on 7th August, following a massive police action at the Chikalda Satyagraha and subsequent arbitrary jailing of Medha by foisting baseless charges, including that of ‘abduction’. The brutal lathicharge on hundreds of oustees at Chikalda left about 45 persons injured including a 15 year old girl.