Mysuru, December 11:- Jana Sangrama Parishat members staged a protest at Gandhi Square in the city on Monday, condemning the atrocities on people and oppression of women. They wore a black band on their chests to protest symbolically on the occasion of World Human Rights Day.
“Today is the day to protect women, children, the needy and senior citizens. The atrocities by the police has also increased these days. It is the responsibility of every citizen to work on solving these problems. The Constitution of India has guaranteed human rights to the citizens in a way that the entire world should feel proud of. Along with the rights, we should perform the Constitutional duties,” they said.
They called upon the people to fight constitutionally against oppressive forces to build a strong nation.
Prasanna, Geetha Velumani, Gopalakrishna Kandhegala, Jayaram Chandravadi, Kumar and Aravinda Sharma of Samagra Karnataka Rakshana Vedike were present. (KS, NGB)