Gullu Hydro-electric project is proposed to utilize the flow of the IB river (a tributary to the Mahanadi river) to generate 24 MW electric power. The project site is at Gullu village in the Jashpur district . The company has obtained all necessary clearance including the forest clearance from Ministry of Environment and Forest of State of Chhattisgarh and of Central Government in New Delhi. The project also qualify for funding by United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) through CDM benefits  The protest was started in 2007 once the project was conceived. The major protest against the installation of this hydropower plant intensified in 7th June 2011 in the “Gram Sabha” (Village meeting). Many villagers affected by the project from Gullu, Jhargaon and Chatakpur villages staged strong protest against the authorities and representatives of the concerned company. They raised slogan “Jaan de denge, lekin Jameen nahin! ("we will lay down out life but not land"). During the discussion and agreement with the concerned official from the government and the company, villagers raised their concern that dam will submerge the land of all the affected villages. This will ultimately displace them from their own land [3, 4].