Saturday, 29 September 2012

Japanese Activists Deported from India

A Nuclear-Free Future is Our Common Dream: Letter from the Japanese Activists Deported from India
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To our friends who struggle for nuclear free future,

A historic movement is underway in Tamil Nadu State against Koodankulam nuclear power station. People across the world are moved by the resistance and want to express solidarity

We tried to visit India to show our solidarity on September 25 but were denied access at Chennai airport. After an hour-long interrogation, we had our paper written as “Inadmissible person” ,which denied our entrance to India. It is unforgivable for the government, which invites countless nuclear merchants from Western countries, to deny such small citizens like us. We are writing this letter because we would like you to know what we experienced.
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