Chutka

Digvijay Singh speaking to activists in Chutka

Chutka Nuclear Project: Former CM Digvijay Singh Voices Opposition, Will India’s Political Class Wake Up?

Chutka February 21, 2018 at 4:00 am 0 comments

Kumar Sundaram | The former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and senior leader of the opposition Congress party has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to rethink the Chutka nuclear power project proposed in the state. We urgently need suck reckoning across the political spectrum.

Silence on polling booth as people boycott elections [local TV news in Madhya Pradesh]

As India Celebrates Republic Day, People in Narmada Valley Boycott Polls Against Chutka Nuclear Plant That Will Displace Them Again

Antinuclear Movement, Chutka January 27, 2018 at 4:28 am 0 comments

Communities in central India’s Mandla district, especially Gond adivasi tribes, have been vociferously agitating against the Chutka nuclear reactor project proposed in their region. Villagers in Chutka and Tatighat, who will be immediately affected due to the project by losing their land and livelihoods, boycotted the local elections of gram-sabha.

Nuking Narmada: Adivasis in India Facing Second Displacement, Now for Nuclear Plant

Nuking Narmada: Adivasis in India Facing Second Displacement, Now for Nuclear Plant

Antinuclear Movement, Chutka December 20, 2017 at 12:47 am 0 comments

Kumar Sundaram | The proposed Chutka nuclear plant in the tribal-dominated Mandla district in central India will displace hundreds of people for the second time and dangerously compound climate change impacts. Faced with such injustice and threats to their safety and livelihoods, villagers have waged a massive and intense yet non-violent agitation.

[In Pictures] Ground Report: People in Narmada Valley Say a Loud No to Chutka Nuclear Project

[In Pictures] Ground Report: People in Narmada Valley Say a Loud No to Chutka Nuclear Project

Antinuclear Movement, Chutka, Import December 13, 2017 at 9:34 pm 0 comments

Through a massive rally and ‘chetavani sabha’ (warning/cautioning meeting), the people of the region, a majority of whom belong to the Gond adivasi community, sent a clear message to the Central and State Governments, through the local administration – that they do not want the nuclear plant which threatens their safety and livelihood, destroys the fragile ecology, and ruthlessly uproots them.