India:Fear for safety/ Prisoner of Conscience
On 25 June, B. N. Jagdish,(m), Human rights defender was picked up by police at a bus stop in the state of Madhya Pradesh. He has not been seen since. Amnesty International fears that he is being kept in illegal detention and that he may be at risk of torture or ill-treatment. The rganization considers B.N. Jagdish a prisoner of conscience, detained solely for his legitimate activities for the NBA.
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