• Jantar Mantar Turns Blue on the Call of Bhim Army


    May 27, 2017

    Chandrashekhar Azad termed it as the beginning of the struggle for social justice.

    On Sunday, over 10,000 protestors appeared at Delhi’s protest centre, Jantar Mantar, to be part of a massive rally organised by  the Bhim Army. Large numbers turned up despite the police’s ban. Clad in blue, people turned up to protest against the Saharanpur violence, in which members of the Thakur community torched down 25 houses of people from Dalit community.

    First published in Newsclick.

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