Civil rights activist and journalist, Teesta Setalvad says you need to be united and informed to deal with injustices. More than that, you have to run a movement which shows the governments that you are not less in numbers. She urged the people to come together and show their seriousness on fighting with injustices as responsible citizens. This is necessary to show the governments that we are in large numbers standing together fighting for various injustices, she says.
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As claimed by the website, Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) is a Human Rights platform dedicated to upholding and defending the freedom and constitutional rights of all Indians. Minorities of all kinds, religious, ethnic, caste and gender-based, remain a deep concern for CJP.