People across Delhi on Saturday conduct a protest march against the violence caused by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) members at the Ramjas College a few weeks ago.
Earlier, a series of marches were taken out on the Delhi University campus protesting against the violence.
It's a Citizen's March begin from Mandi House where students across the city have gathered to protest. Students of various universities, members of left parties AISA and SFI, members of DUTA are participants of the march.
"The number of people who have come here is a strong message to the political outfits that universities are not 'shakhas'," says Umar Khalid.
'I support democracy and this is not what it looks like. That's why I am here': Sonali Joshi (21), Ram Lal Anand college.
'I am here to support the rights of human beings. Period': Kartikey (27), Ambedkar University.
Last week, members of the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU), led by the ABVP, took out a ‘tiranga march’ from the Ramjas College to the Vivekanand Statue at the Arts faculty.
Street artist and former DU student Rajdeep Singh uses his art to reclaim the public space invaded by 'political goons' at the Citizens March.
"I am here because it's about protecting the bare minimum of a democratic society namely freedom of expression and no use of violence," says Yogendra Yadav.
The students of Delhi, up in arms protesting against the RSS’s student wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), have turned the spotlight on the political churning of our times.