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Greenpeace says PM Narendra Modi government on harassment campaign

Author: Aman Sharma, Economic Times, Published on: 11 April 2015

Greenpeace International has called the Narendra Modi government's action against its Indian arm of suspending the latter's FCRA licence as a "harassment campaign" that is "suppressing the voice" of Indians, even as Greenpeace India said it would challenge the move in court..."Ever since the leaked and malicious IB report of June 2014, Greenpeace International has been concerned by the harassment campaign that sections of the Indian government, mainly the Ministry of Home Affairs, has been running against Greenpeace India. This latest move appears to be more of the same and is clearly an attempt to suppress the voice of Indians demanding their legal and constitutional rights to clean air, safe food and a healthy and liveable environment," Greenpeace International said. 


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