Effigies of Modi, Amit Shah burnt in Jalandhar

Effigies of Modi, Amit Shah burnt in Jalandhar

Congress MLA Sushil Rinku and others burn the effigies of PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah in Jalandhar on Sunday. Sarabjit Singh

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 25

Celebrating Dasehra as the ‘Mahila and Dalit Atyachar Divas,’ members of the District Mahila Congress activists on Sunday burnt an effigy of Narendra Modi in place of the Ravana. Mahila Congress District President Jasleen Sethi, along with other members of the Mahila Congress, held a rally from her office at 60 Link Road to the Nakodar Chowk where she burnt an effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to mark protest against atrocities on Dalits and women.

Activists of the Youth Congress also burnt effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah at the Babu Jagjeevan Chowk on 120-feet road to mark the occasion. Jalandhar West MLA Sushil Rinku and Youth Congress leader Karan Mallie led the protest against the farm laws, at the end of which effigies of the duo were burnt on Sunday.

Farmers flay Modi’s moves in Nawanshahr

Nawanshahr: The farmers, who have been protesting against the farm Acts over the past fortnight, burnt an effigy of Narendra Modi at the Behram toll plaza here on Sunday. They also raised slogans like “Modi sarkar murdabad” and “Kisan ekta Davinder Singh, who was leading the protest at the toll plaza, said as Dasehra signified the triumph of good over evil, they burnt an effigy of the Prime Minister to spread the word that eventually the farmers would win.

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