Medha Patkar said “Today Narmada river water is not suitable for drinking. If the state government’s move is not opposed, people here will face a drinking water crisis
Medha met Debendra at Kujanga sub-jail following which she left for Dhinkia to meet Debndra’s family when supporters of JSW project objected her.
"The most susceptible ones here are the aged/elderly prisoners, who have a higher chance of getting infected (specifically septuagenarian prisoners."
Bhopal: Social activist and pioneer of the ‘Save Narmada’ movement, Medha Patkar on Tuesday ended her nine-day long hunger strike in Madhya Pradesh following the deterioration of her health. Patkar was on a hunger strike at Chhota Barda in Barwani district since August 25 after the Gujarat government decided to raise the water level at […]
New Delhi: Three days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Sardar Sarovar Dam over Narmada River in Gujarat, activist Medha Patkar, who led a three-decade-long movement against the project, said that it is important to expose the government on its shortcomings before the 2019 general elections. Stating that the struggle is not over and that […]
Dhar (Madhya Pradesh): In protest against jailing of Narmada Bachao Andolan (NDA) leader Medha Patkar after “framing her in false charges”, the office-bearers of Kadmal unit of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Madhya Pradesh on Friday resigned en masse. Patkar is fighting for those living along the river Narmada and facing inundation due to […]