Women protesters in Assam tonsure head to oppose BJP government

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Guwahati | September 2, 2017 7:25 PM

Three women protesters from Swadhin Nari Shakti (SNS) staged a protest against the BJP government in the state by tonsuring their heads in Guwahati on Friday.

Assam, BJP, Swadhin Nari Shakti, Bharatiya Janata Party, SNS, Dighalipukhuripar, Mousumi Borah, Sarbananada SonowalThe protest was staged at Dighalipukhuripar in the city. (ANI)

Three women protesters from Swadhin Nari Shakti (SNS) staged a protest against the BJP government in the state by tonsuring their heads in Guwahati on Friday. In an anti- Bharatiya Janata Party outcry, the women’s rights organisation demanded safety and security for women across the state. At least 100 women took part in the event from the newly formed women’s organisation ‘ SNS’ but only three women decided to shave their heads. The protest was staged at Dighalipukhuripar in the city. Speaking to the media, Mousumi Borah, a protester from the event, said that the BJP government is failing miserably and they regret their decision for voting them during the election. Borah further resented that choosing BJP government in Assam was their biggest mistake and that is why they are staging this protest in order to repent their mistake.

The women activists group also accused Sarbananada Sonowal led BJP government for failing the people of the state during floods. They also asserted that they’ll do everything to protect the interest of the indigenous people of the state and said it would not bow down before any political forces. Further insisting that the government should ensure women’s security at all cost.

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