Nearly hundred civil society organizations, platforms, intellectuals and concerned citizens, met today, 25 February 2020 and expressed deep anguish and concern in the communal violence in Delhi. Twenty people including a police officer have been already been killed. There is apprehension that the death toll may increase unless urgent and effective measures are taken. Incidents of violence are continuing unabated. The police inaction is shocking. We appeal to the people of Delhi to rise to the occasion and make all efforts for restoration of peace and communal harmony in the city. We have decided to organise a sit in for peace at Jantar Mantar at 2pm tomorrow, 26 February 2020. These are the pictures of today's Sit in for Peace.
Vrinda Grover, Harsh Mander, Apoorvanand, Shabnam Hashmi, Syeda Hameed, Rahul Roy, Gauhar Raza ,Amrita Johri, Yogendra Yadav, Anjali Bharadwaj, Maimoona Mollah, P Krishnaprasad, Annie Raja, Kavita Krishnan, A R Sindhu, Sai Balaji, Mayukh Biswas, Anurag Saxena, Ena, Vani, Renu, Shipra, K B Hina, Poonam Kaushik, Reema, Tarun Sagar, Faizan Alam, A Dias, Koninika Ray, Yash Kumbhat, Mujeeb, Radha Khan, Jamal Kidwai, Rishi Majumdar, Meha Khanduri, Deepak Kabir, Vani, Aysha Kidwai, Fara, Shobhana Warrier, AIDWA,AIKS, ANHAD, NOT IN MY NAME, CITU, AISA, NFIW, UNITE AGAINST HATE, PUROGAMI Mahila Sanghatan, Muslim Women’s Forum, DYFI,SFI, Swaraj Abhiyan, HBKL, Ink Social Trust, Saheli, DASAM, AIPWA AICCTU, RYA, AISF, AIYF, DSF, AIAWU, NTUI