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Protest against demolition of CET waiting shed; DYFI organized a sit-in

Thiruvananthapuram > The DYFI organized a sit-in protest towards the vandalism of the seats by the pseudo-moralists, who have been upset that female and male college students have been sitting aspect by aspect within the ready shed in entrance of the Thiruvananthapuram CET campus.

It’s a ready shed which is utilized by lots of of female and male college students each day. Gender justice is an important think about a democratic society. People who don’t settle for gender justice and impose old style ethical ideas are a hazard to society. Those that are but to eliminate patriarchy. Such folks should understand that the world is altering from the false ethical conceptions of male teachings to new social pondering. Kudos to the scholars for his or her sarcastic response. Looking freedom of motion and private freedom below the guise of ethical safety is not going to be tolerated.

State President V Wasif, DYFI Thiruvananthapuram District Secretary Dr. Shiju Khan, President V Anoop, Treasurer VS Shyama and DYFI State Committee Member SS Nidin visited the incident web site. Later, school college students and youth group employees staged a sit-in strike within the ready shed. State President V Wasif inaugurated. Chants and slogans have been raised selling gender equality.

DYFI has introduced that it’ll rebuild the ready shed that was vandalized by moralists. State Committee Member SS Nidin, District Secretariat Member Revathi, District Committee Member Nidhish, Shyam, Sebin and Vinesh led the way in which.


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