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On September 16, 2008, the international human rights organisation fian alleged human rights violations by the
Tatas. Its report, "Governments: Corporations and Human Rights in India--the House of Tata" documented three cases of industrial expansion by
the Indian corporate: Nano car factory in Singur, West Bengal and steel plants in Orissa and Chhattisgarh. Farmers had opposed these projects.
But in early May, fian withdrew all the allegations and in a press statement offered, "apologies to the Tata Group."
The organization requested all parties to whom the report was distributed or by whom it was downloaded to remove from their shelves.
Some Indian constituents of fian have dissociated themselves from their parent body's move."We are still
pursuing a case in the Supreme court on Singur against the government of West Bengal and Tata is a party to it," said Ujjaini Halim of Institute for
Motivating Self Employment, a fian affiliate. Representatives of the international human rights organization refused
to comment on the development.