South Asia Solidarity Group (SASG) is an anti-imperialist, anti-racist organisation based in Britain.

We are committed to supporting, publicising, and building solidarity with people’s struggles for justice and democracy and against exploitation, gender and caste based oppression, imperialism, war and the so-called ‘war on terror’ in the countries of South Asia.

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  • Press Release – G20 legitimises fascist regime of BJP

    The G20 summit is an exercise to lend legitimacy to Hindutva Fascism: Challenge the complicity of the governments attending it!   The G20 summit is happening in India at a time when the current Hindu supremacist regime, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is dismantling democracy and its political freedoms with alarming speed and ruthlessness. The

    September 6, 2023
  • To Hon’ble Droupadi Murmu, President of India

    Open letter to the Hon’ble Droupadi Murmu, President of India, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Rajpath, Raisina Hill, New Delhi 110004, India Your excellency, As members of the Indian diaspora and as women’s rights activists, we are writing to you to express our deep anguish about the current situation in India. We urge you to take immediate action

    August 15, 2023
  • India independence day protests in London

    Diaspora protests in London against attacks on minority women and ethnic cleansing in Manipur, Haryana and beyond on Indian Independence Day At least eleven of the UK’s leading Indian diaspora groups, including diaspora organisations from Manipur, alongside several key feminist organisations and a number of Members of Parliament, came together in London on India’s Independence Day

    August 15, 2023
  • Stand with Kuki-Zo women in Manipur facing rape and sexual violence

    Online Poster Campaign A Background Note on the Manipur Violence The horrific violence which has erupted in BJP-ruled Manipur has had all the signs of orchestrated ethnic cleansing. The gang rape, parading naked and other forms of sexual violence against Kuki women by mobs of men from the dominant Meitei community, which has now become

    July 24, 2023
  • The diaspora must reject the lies and propaganda of The Kerala Story

    We are deeply concerned that a number of cinemas across the UK and Ireland are screening the Islamophobic propaganda film The Kerala Story with new venues added from May 26th. The Kerala Story has been thoroughly exposed in India as based on lies and deliberately designed to foster hate and division among faith communities. The

    May 26, 2023
  • XR’s The Big One – climate justice

    In this video, Amrit Wilson speaks outside HM Treasury in London at XR’s The Big One, on the 21st of April. Amrit discusses colonialism, World Bank/IMF debt conditionality, the root cause of climate change and the current context in India where Narendra Modi, the BJP and Gautam Adani, who are allied to the interests to

    April 23, 2023
  • Statement on repression in Punjab

    South Asia Solidarity Group condemns the internet shutdowns, media bans, oppressive policing and mass arrests happening in Punjab, in the name of an ongoing hunt for one man, who recently returned to India from Dubai. On March 18, a non-bailable warrant was issued for Amritpal Singh (leader of the organisation Waris Punjab De) under the

    April 3, 2023
  • The Left is Fighting Fascism in India

    In the wake of recent events including the violence in Leicester in September, the screening of the BBC documentary ‘India: the Modi Question’ (which was effectively banned in India) and the expose of massive fraud by Modi’s right-hand man, the billionaire industrialist Gautam Adani, many on the British left are now finally aware of the

    March 30, 2023
  • Rishi Sunak will intensify racism and poverty, and strengthen Hindutva fascism in the UK and globally

    Statement by South Asia Solidarity Group Rishi Sunak is being celebrated as UK’s first Asian Prime Minister, so just what is his identity and how will it affect his domestic and foreign policies? As the richest man in Parliament, twice as rich as King Charles, with an eye-wateringly expensive education in private schools followed by

    October 25, 2022
  • Keir Starmer, Indians Face Racism, Not “Hinduphobia” – it’s a myth used to justify fascism

    Featured image: Keir Starmer meeting the Indian High Commissioner on Monday 10 October. We are deeply concerned by Keir Starmer’s speech at the Navratri celebration at India Gardens, London on Wednesday 5 October. In particular, Starmer’s direct reference to ‘Hinduphobia’ in this speech, in the wake of the communal violence on the streets of Leicester

    October 12, 2022
  • PRESS RELEASE 22 September 2022: UK South Asian diaspora groups call for peace and unity and tell Narendra Modi – stop dividing our communities!

    South Asian diaspora groups in the UK supporting the peaceful protest outside the Indian High Commission at 6pm this evening, released the following statement. The protest has been called to promote the restoration of peace and unity among all South Asian diaspora communities in the UK and to demand an end to the divisive activities

    September 22, 2022
  • Leicester violence signals the beginning of a new phase of RSS activity in the UK

    Amrit Wilson On 17 September, hundreds of masked and hooded men, some with weapons, marched through a largely Muslim area of Leicester, UK, shouting the slogan of ‘Jai Shri Ram!’ which, as everyone in the UK’s South Asian communities knows, is used in India by the RSS foot soldiers as they attack Muslims. There are

    September 20, 2022

    STAND TOGETHER FOR PEACE AND AGAINST HINDUTVA HATE-MONGERING IN LEICESTER! We condemn the inflammatory and Islamophobic and menacing call for a protest against so-called ‘Muslim Hate Crime’ at 9pm at night, tonight (September 11) in an area of Leicester which is predominantly Hindu and also has Muslim residents. This openly Islamophobic call reflects the rising

    September 11, 2022
  • Pakistan flood solidarity protest – drop the debt

    #PakistanIsOurStory #ClimateReparations #climatereparationsforpakistan #EndFossilFuels #FloodinPakistan #climatesolidarity #revolutionaryreparations

    September 9, 2022
  • Science Museum’s India Lates event

    We attended the Science Museum’s India Lates event on 31 August 2022 as part of the Fossil Fuel Science Museum coalition. Here we are explaining to artist Chila Kumari Burman and Sir Ian Blatchford about the insidious role the Science Museum is playing in enabling the Adani brand to greenwash its environmental crimes and whitewash

    September 1, 2022
  • Letter to artists at the Science Museum’s ‘India Lates’ event

     Dear Chila, Amish, Lucy and Monish,We are progressive artists, writers and academics writing to you out of concern that you are involved in the Science Museum’s Lates event which this month is about India. We urge you as highly reputed artists to show your support to the people of the global south including India and

    August 31, 2022

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