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Campus Front holds protest rally against violation of human rights

Campus Front holds protest rally against violation of human rights


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Feb 14, 2017: Campus Front of India organized a rally from Jyothi circle on February 14, Tuesday. Students gathered in large numbers along with various tableaux, rally was concluded at Town hall.  National president of CFI Prof P Koya inaugurated the programme.

 

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There has been a sustained struggle for the protection of the human rights of individuals. The relationship between access to justice and human rights protection stems from the fact that it is only when individuals have access to the courts that they can adopt and seek for the protection of their basic rights. All are entitled to human rights, not all experience them equally throughout the world. Students should become one in providing justice to those mothers who have lost their children due to autocracy. For example Radhika Vemula and Nafeesa are ones who are repeatedly fighting for justice.


National president of CFI Suhaib P V , Jignesh Mevani, Dr  C S Dwaraknath, Yogesh Master, Sunkanna Velbula and others were also present.


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Stella Mary d’souza, Kundapur Wed, February-15-2017, 1:09
There is nothing wrong in fighting for our rights.
Dharani, Mysuru Wed, February-15-2017, 12:34
Today youth are tomorrow’s future and the student power has to fight to give justice to the mother’s who have lost their son. Is it wrong 5o raise voice against injustice ?
Arun Kumar, Mangaluru Wed, February-15-2017, 12:29
We have to take a stand and fight for rights.
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