DS42: Wadala todmod lathi charge
Cinematographer: Anil Ingale, Surbhi Sharma
Duration: 00:46:28; Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1; Hue: 40.265; Saturation: 0.093; Lightness: 0.347; Volume: 0.110; Cuts per Minute: 4.734
Summary: Event: - Wadala Subash Nagar Tod-Mod
Description: - Victims of Police lathi-charge on the issue of demolition of shanties encroaching footpath on 6th November (Continuation of DS-40). Pavement Dwellers Organisation (PDO) of Mumbai and YUVA with Community Right to Housing (CRH) has demonstrated and fought for the right of helpless and homeless pavement dwellers on 7th November at Subhash Nagar, Wadala. Awareness songs and many such other activities by activist to support the cause have assembled at the footpath. Many activists expressed their point of view in their speech. A middle aged man has died due to the loss of his home at footpath.
Mr Arun Kamble speaks few words in memorial of the dead person who was known as Abdul.
These pavement dwellers boycotted the decision of wrecking their shacks by tying a black cloth on their mouth.
Police are recording statements from pavement dwellers.
The injured person in the lathi-charge fractured his hand in ruckus.
Police are recording statements from pavement dwellers about the death of the person.
He asks for the paper, that is death certificate from them. A man tries to search the documents.
Police tells an activist that she can represent these pavement dwellers and talk to the consent people but says that they shouldn’t assemble at this place. They are discussing about the issue.
A woman expresses her grief and problem and talks about the pain she endured in lathi-charge.
A police man raises an objection to shoot the incident.
Again, he resumes in taking statement.
The family of the dead person is showing their grief and suddenly without a family member and shack. Simultaneously police are investigating the reason of the death which they came to know it is due to high sugar level.
Policemen are returning back.
People are expressing their problem to the senior inspector.
A placard shows the right to housing .
Camera shows placards and banners which talks about the person to have right to home and right to have shelter and a normal human life.
Again group of activists discuss with pavement dwellers about what the course of action should be in the future.