Cartoonist in India Campaigns Against Corruption and Censorship
I am reacting [to the corruption] in my own way. Someone is protesting. Somebody is a doing hunger strike in India. [As for me,] I am a cartoonist.
If found guilty of publishing cartoons in violation of this penal code Trivedi can face up to two years in prison and a fine of up to 5,000 rupees (approx. $100). Although the trials were originally scheduled for early February, the cases are still pending and Trivedi has yet to receive trial notices. Meanwhile, Trivedi has found supporting lawyers, and he fights back through social activism and his campaign against corruption on Facebook and Twitter. Aseem Trivedi has also launched a campaign for online freedom of expression in India through
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a website called “Save Your Voice: A Movement Against Web Censorship”, and its Facebook page. In the upcoming trials Trivedi must not only defend the content of his cartoons, but also their right to be published online in a country that has been called the world’s largest democracy, yet still remains on the bottom half of Reporters Without Borders’ press freedom index. On January 11, Aseem Trivedi gave a telephone interview to Cartoonist Rights Network International, saying: “I am democratic. I am patriotic. I have a twenty-four year life without any charges of corruption. I am only making cartoons. … I am talking about nationalism. I love my country. I am reacting [to the corruption] in my own way. Someone is protesting. Somebody is a doing hunger strike in India. [As for me,] I am a cartoonist.”