Students of MSU Social Work faculty protest against the brutal incidents of Unnao and kathua in a unique way on Monday. The male students along with their male faculties wear dupattas and holding placards to show their solidarity towards the families of the victims.
The incident of Unnao and Kathua shocked the whole nation and everyone protest against the brutality in their own ways. The students of MSU Social Work faculty come up with a unique idea to show their solidarity towards the families of the victims.
The male students and the male faculties wear dupattas in protest against the incidents which shocked the whole world. They hold placards with messages of stop violence, No Communalism on Rape, Bring Back the Humanity and others in solidarity with the families of the victims and stand strong against such brutality. They appeal stricter punishment for the accused and request not to play politics in the matter.
“The incidents are something unimaginable and today we stand against such barbaric act. We wear dupattas to show our solidarity towards the families and spread the message of not to play politics in the name of justice. We strongly condemn the incidents and offers our every possible help to the families,” said N.M. Parmar former dean of the faculty.