Students of Delhi School of Journalism To Support Young India March

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Students of Delhi School of Journalism have decided to support the Young India Adhikar March that is going to be held on 7 February, 2019 at Lal Quila against the failures and false promises of present regime.

“We support the Young India Adhikar March in context with our problems and challenge to the privatization. We are going to meet JNU Secretary N. Sai Balaji and offer our hand of support.” said Mohammad Ali, student of Delhi School of Journalism.

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Prakash, another student of Delhi School of Journalism says that students are going to support the Young India Adhikar March in favor of the protection of their rights.

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Aalishan, another student from DSJ stated that DSJ has been fighting for their rights since the year of its establishment but no action has been taken in the favour of the rights of the students and their basic facilities which is the reason why students are supporting this march.

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