‘Free Kashmir’ Poster Spotted At Mumbai’s Protest Against JNU Violence

Amid nationwide outrage over the violence in the JNU campus in New Delhi,  protests were organised in Maharashtra to denounce the attack on students, teachers, and incidents of vandalism inside the prestigious university.

Images and videos of a woman holding up a large poster with the words “Free Kashmir” written in big bold letters at the Gateway of India protest in Mumbai have gone viral. The posters have triggered outrage among BJP leaders and social media users asked how can such “separatist elements” be tolerated in the city, reports India Today.

Videos of the woman holding up the “Free Kashmir” poster and demanding restoration of humanity in the Kashmir Valley was shot at the Mumbai protest on Monday night.

Protests in Mumbai have continued since Sunday night when JNU came under attack by a gang of masked goons.

On Monday, hundreds of students, NGOs and prominent personalities from various organizations protested at the Gateway of India to condemn the incident. Expressing solidarity with JNU students and professors, the students carried the Indian tricolour, banners and posters to condemn the violent attack.

Shri. Kirit Somaiya demands action against illegal demonstrations

“I have filed complaint with Colaba Police Station against Minister Jitendra Awhad, for leading illegal, anti national “Kashmir ko Chahiye Azadi” demonstrations. Police said no permission was given for the demonstration. I demanded Action against the minister”, said Shri. Kirit Somaiya,

Response from Netizens on “Free Kashmir” placard

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