#InternationalWomen’sDay- Working Class Women Take to the Streets Against BJP’s Manuvaad – By Sumedha Pal
Carrying her child on her back, Rubina, a young mother living in a shelter home in New Delhi’s Jama Masjid area left early this morning with other women from the shelter home. “I had to come out and march with my friends, it is for our future,” she said.
Several working class women like Rubina, took to the streets of Delhi marching from Mandi House to Parliament street in solidarity with the International Day of the Woman, which witnesses global participation.
The march in the national capital has assumed a symbolic importance as 2018 was a year marked with powerful testimonies of women against sexual harassment in all walks of life and also because India is now headed into its national elections.…
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