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Aug 19, 2010

Greenpeace Condemns Indian Cabinet Approval of BRAI - Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India

On 19 August 2010, the Hindu Business Line reported that Greenpeace opposed the Cabinet of India's decision to approve the Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India (BRAI) Bill 2010.

According to Rajesh Krishman, Greenpeace Campaigns Manager, Greenpeace "appealed to all political parties to oppose it from being tabled and passed in Parliament. ... We also demand a redrafting of the contents after consultations with public as well as all the State Governments.

For more see: "Greenpeace assails BRAI Bill," Hindu Business Line, 19 August 2010.

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