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Sunday, April 5, 2015

SIO Mumbai continues its struggle to Save Ismail Yusuf with bigger protest at Azad Maidan


Once again SIO Mumbai with other organizations under the banner "Ismail Yusuf campus bachao sangarsh samiti", proved their strength in a massive protest held at azad maidan today.
The protest saw a huge crowd gather in the extremely hot afternoon climate with full devotion of winning back the land of Ismai Yusuf Campus. High intensity speeches rocked the protest through out with the speakers targeting the Govt for encroaching the land and even the minority community for its lack of awareness in such a big heist of their own land.
Other decisions of establishing a law colg in that campus of the govt were met with questions as to why not use the Mumbai University land in the city itself.
It was concluded that the draconian govt will not handle over the land back to the Muslims without they cuming out on the roads.
Fears of riots during protest was cited as a reason of not attending protest and a strong mssg was conveyed to the govt.for abolishing such behavior of putting fear in the entire community for suppressing the minorities using force. Another unanimous decision was to keep the entire protest peacefull legal and non-political.

Lastly the govt. was given a stern warning to vacate the entire campus with all the encroachments before the protest take a different turn.
 
                                                       

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