The day marks the third loss of life anniversary of journalist Gauri Lankesh

File Photo: Members of Gauri Lankesh Balaga in a protest rally.

File Photo: Participants of Gauri Lankesh Balaga in a stutter rally.   | Photo Credit: V Sreenivasa Murthy


The day marks the third loss of life anniversary of journalist Gauri Lankesh

Nearly about 400 girls’s groups, LGBTQIA collectives, Dalit and human rights organisations will preserve a marketing campaign on September 5, the third anniversary of journalist Gauri Lankesh’s assassination, across the nation to grab their verbalize against attacks on constitutional rights.

The marketing campaign, “If We Don’t Upward push,” will almost definitely be held on social media and on streets where the government has now no longer imposed a curfew because of COVID-19.

“This day is the time to upward push against numerous styles of atrocities. Be it any piece of our society — farmers, Dalits, Adivasis, fisherfolk and trans-folks — the rights of the folks are being diluted. About a liberal laws we got after exhausting received battles are in point of fact under possibility, reminiscent of amendment to labour laws. There could be a clampdown on dissent and our voices. The marketing campaign on September 5 is a name to take into accout the valid folks that take into consideration within the values of our Constitution and democracy and who are in point of fact on the serve of bars. A day to take into accout Narendra Dabholkar and Gauri Lankesh, who paid for with their lives for speaking reality, and a name to the conventional working class folks to talk out against the violation of their rights,” stated Meera Sanghamitra of the National Alliance of Folk’s Trot one day of a web convention.