India: Sodomy and obscenity charges formally filed in trial of 'Lucknow Four'
On July 7, 2001, police in Lucknow raided the offices of Bharosa Trust and the Naz Foundation, seizing HIV/AIDS prevention material, including educational brochures, videos, and condoms. The Senior Superintendent of Police concluded that both agencies were running "gay clubs" and spreading gay culture throughout Lucknow.
Submitted on Thu, 08/16/2001 - 00:00
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