RTI Act Amendment Protest Photos

Some photographs of the ongoing protest at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi, against the amendments to the RTI Act

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Sandeep Pandey on day two of his fast
Sandeep Pandey on day two of his fast

Sandeep Pandey on day five of his fast
Sandeep Pandey on day five of his fast

Counting the number of fasting days
Counting the number of fasting days

Ballot boxes for collecting votes in support of the Right to Information
Ballot boxes for collecting votes in support of the Right to Information

Meghalaya RTI Movement's protest banner
Meghalaya RTI Movement’s protest banner

Badge to show your support for the cuase (Rs. 5 only, also available in Hindi)
Badge to show your support for the cuase (Rs. 5 only, also available in Hindi)

Sharing experiences of success with the RTI Act
Sharing experiences of success with the RTI Act

The message is clear - No Noting, No Voting
The message is clear – No Noting, No Voting

Explaining the whys and whats
Explaining the whys and whats

Bachpan Bachao Aandolan banner
Bachpan Bachao Aandolan banner

Arvind Kejriwal and Sandeep Pandey
Arvind Kejriwal and Sandeep Pandey

Placards of protest
Placards of protest

Rajinder Singh in a deliberation
Rajinder Singh in a deliberation

Music as the message
Music as the message

Previous post on RTI amendment:
* RTI Amended, India Blinded

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2 Responses to RTI Act Amendment Protest Photos

  1. AquaM says:

    A good piece of work coming from a selfproclaimed psuedo journaliste. I have wlays wonderred. Does fasting help a situation, except maybe turn the spotlight on the issue for a couple of days. It certainly does hurt the person who is fasting, but do the authorities really care? DId Medha Patkar’s fast help resolve the sitatuion? Ammair”s presence maybe inflated the situation, but the fact remains that the displaced people will ahve nowhere to go.

  2. Soumyadip says:

    <>Aquamarine<> At least fasting gets the issue some attention. Which helps.

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