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Welfare Kerala Kuwait holds protest meet
September 19, 2017, 12:32 pm
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To show solidarity and support for Rohingyan Muslims and to protest against the murder of famous Indian writer, journalist and social activist Gauri Lankesh, Welfare Kerala Kuwait Farwaniya zone held a protest meet that saw participation from people of all walks of life at Ideal auditorium on 15 September.

The gathering held placards and expressed their anger against the Fascist Sanghparivar regime in India and the Military junta of Myanmar. They voiced in unison that the Constitution of India upholds freedom of speech and expression, which forms the foundation of democracy. They also chanted slogans and wore badges ‘ I’am also Gauri’, that you can kill one Gauri but you cannot stop the voices and writings of thousands of Gauri’s who will fight till the last drop of blood  to protect  the same Constitution that gives people the right to protest against unjust policies of the government.

Similar slogans were chanted in support of the Rohingyans, one of the world's most persecuted minority groups, amid reports of atrocities by Myanmar's military.  The leaders addressed the audience, urging world powers to carry out their role to immediately stop the "planned genocide of the oppressed Rohingyan Muslims". The protest meet was formally inaugurated by Central Committee president Khaleelurahman and P.P. Abdul Razack presented the keynote speech.  

Representing various organizations Basheer Batha, Rajesh Babu, Shareef Thamarassery and Sakeer Hussain delivered their speeches. Zonal President Abdul Vahid presided over the function, Zonal Secretary Noushad welcomed the gathering and Riggae Unit President Ashraf Vaakath proposed the vote of thanks.


 

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