June 20, 2023

Rejoinder: Rachana Gangu vs Union of India WP(C) 1220 of 2021

Rejoinder was filed in reply to Affidavit by UoI dated 23.11.22
May 14, 2022

Bombay HC Order Reinstating & Compensating Unvaccinated Employee

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May 13, 2022

False Claims about the Indian Supreme Court Judgement against Vaccine Mandates Debunked

We conclusively debunk common false claims about the judgement against Vaccine mandates
May 6, 2022

Successful Letter to Authority

Success Story of a Professor at College in Mumbai, Maharashtra regarding vaccine mandate
March 22, 2022

Final Rejoinders in Jacob Puliyel vs UoI & Ors

Series of Final Rejoinders filed in W.P. (Civil) 607 of 2021
March 19, 2022

New Zealand High Court Judgement on Vaccine Mandate – dated 25 Feb 2022

New Zealand High Court order rules vaccine mandates to be unlawful
February 20, 2022

Contempt Petitions filed against Gujarat and Meghalaya High Court Judges for passing unlawful orders on vaccine mandates by willful disregard of the Supreme Court guidelines.

Contempt Petitions against Gujarat and Meghalaya HC Judges
February 19, 2022

Letter to CM Arvind Kejriwal – 17th Feb 2022

Representation letter to CM Arvind Kejriwal
January 4, 2022

Additional Affidavits filed in Bombay High Court

Additional Affidavits filed in PIL 85 of 2021
December 23, 2021

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This Health Manifesto seeks to address pressing challenges faced by India in the realms of healthcare, environment, and individual rights. The document focuses on countering global health conglomerates' influence, biotechnology-based health solutions, and other factors contributing to a health crisis. Alarming health statistics, coupled with concerns arising from the management of the Covid-19 epidemic, underscore the need for a comprehensive approach to shape the future of health in India.

This Health Manifesto envisions a future where Indian citizens actively participate in shaping health policies, emphasizing individual rights, environmental sustainability, and transparent governance. By adopting these proposed measures, India can pave the way for a healthier, more resilient nation.

Key Takeaways:

The manifesto highlights critical health issues such as rising chronic diseases, infertility rates, and the potential impact of global organizations on health policies. It emphasizes the importance of prioritizing science and health over business goals and challenges the imposition of health policies from external entities.

Proposed Health Measures:

To enhance the health of the Indian population, the manifesto advocates for measures including safe and diverse food production, regulation of processed foods, clean drinking water, environmental protection, and the restriction of high-frequency wireless systems. It also emphasizes the importance of monitoring morbidity and conducting research studies to assess the efficacy of healthcare treatments.

Protection of Patient Rights:

The manifesto outlines measures to protect individual bodily rights, emphasizing informed consent for medical procedures. It ensures citizens' right to choose their medical system, and it opposes linking medical status to education, social benefits, or entry into public spaces.

Transparency and Accountability:

To ensure transparency, the manifesto proposes a prescription audit system, informed consent for medical approvals, and the prohibition of emergency use authorization for mass medical interventions. It calls for public disclosure of information regarding drugs and vaccines and the establishment of a public portal for reporting adverse effects.

School-Based Medical Measures:

The manifesto prohibits the coercion of schools and public spaces for medical interventions, ensuring adequate emergency response resources and full disclosure before administering medications. It emphasizes unbiased science education in schools.

Regulation of Medical Administration:

Regulatory measures include the strict implementation of the Clinical Establishment Act for private hospitals, auditing subsidies for pharma and biotech companies, and the decentralization of health services to local bodies. Mental health programs and integrative healthcare solutions are prioritized.

Policy Adoption:

The manifesto proposes enforceable patient rights laws, a moratorium on GM crops, stringent scrutiny of food imports, and a ban on gene editing in agriculture and health. With respect to vaccines, the Health Manifesto advocates for a thorough review and rationalization of immunization programs, ensuring transparent public consultation, judicial recourse for vaccine injuries, and robust safeguards against conflicts of interest. The manifesto seeks to establish a vaccine policy that prioritizes public safety, accountability, and democratic decision-making by adhering to scientific, evidence-based and validated applications. The manifesto also calls for parliamentary debates on international treaties and agreements and rejects the influence of unelected supra-national organizations.

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Jagannath Chatterjee, National Coordination Committee Member, NISA addresses key concerns about the Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates. Are the reasons valid? Should these concerns be heard? Should these concerns be acted upon? “Vaccines do not deliver health, they deliver disease.” – Dr J Compton Burnett, MD “There is no such thing as the right to refuse vaccines.“ – Kate Gilmore, UN Dy High Commissioner Human Rights Which stance is justified? Which stance is scientific?
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