news Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - 05:30
  Two bank accounts of Greenpeace India were on Wednesday unlocked, over a month after the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) suspended the organisation's registration under the Foreign Currency Regulation Act (FCRA) for six months.     Greenpeace India tweeted,  UPDATE: Delhi High Court grants interim relief to Greenpeace India. More details to follow. — Greenpeace India (@greenpeaceindia) May 27, 2015 The Delhi High Court verdict recognises our right to function. We will wait for our case to continue in August. (1) — Greenpeace India (@greenpeaceindia) May 27, 2015 Our domestic accounts have been unblocked. This gives us the minimum resources to function and continue to protect India's environment. (2) — Greenpeace India (@greenpeaceindia) May 27, 2015   According to reports, the Delhi High Court has allowed Greenpeace India access to two of its domestic accounts and fixed deposits.    Earlier in May, the organisation informed that it had just one month left to fight for its survival and that the NGO is facing an imminent shutdown due to shortage of funds after its accounts were frozen.    Also read: Greenpeace India, go for the tough fight      
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