“Free Kashmir” poster raised in Mumbai protest against JNU news violence – India
Thousands of protesters have converged on the India Gate to condemn unholy violence. While several of them shouted slogans, some others were seen making posters at the site to vent their anger over the incident.
However, this particular poster on the site evoked strong reactions on social media platforms. Reacting to the image and video of this poster tweeted by the ANI news agency, several people demanded strong action against the protester woman for openly taking an anti-India stand.
There were many who questioned the agenda behind the turmoil, which has found widespread support in the city.
@ANI This unique poster destroyed all the joint effort of the left band of students, teachers to Bollywood with… https://t.co/fIwTc3At8z
—🔰 (@thyventus) 1578325582000
@ANI Wow! A statement of antinationalism. The government tolerates this, but it’s called a fascist.
— Enigma (@BoseDeadOrAlive) 1578325269000
@ANI This is your real agenda!! 😑
— Pia purkayastha (@PiaPurkayastha7) 1578323485000
@ANI the true nature of all these protests
— celestial light (@dcemeterygirl) 1578323362000
@ANI Now it is very clear, the agenda behind all this turmoil…
— RAJDEEP MAZUMDER (@rajdeep_mz) 1578324838000
@ANI @MumbaiPolice image you can clearly see why the police do not take action.
— Rahul debnath (@rahulde89878282) 1578324249000
However, there were some who felt that there was little to read in the protest for the woman.
@ANI Don’t read too much ! Release your own state of oppression and allow freedom of expression. This is the reaction to those who… https://t.co/H2TuYHhDji
— Rajesh Sachdeva (@1710rajesh) 1578325812000
A mob of masked youth broke into the jawaharlal Nehru University campus in South Delhi on Sunday night and systematically targeted students in three shelters, including one occupied by women, unleashing chaos with sticks, stones and iron bars, beating up inmates and breaking windows, furniture and personal belongings.
Protests in Mumbai began small around midnight on Sunday, with messages broadcast on social media with candlelit vigils and a procession to the iconic India Gate. By Monday afternoon, the dripping swept through huge crowds at the India Gate, with many protesters apparently prepared for a long vigil.
Delhi police have filed a case against people not identified by riots and property damage. Ghosh, who was among the 34 students admitted to AIIMS and Safdurjung hospitals, were discharged on Monday.