Poets, musicians keep the hunger for ‘justice’ alive at JNU

While the mood during the day at the Freedom Square, as the space outside the administration block in Jawaharlal Nehru University has been christened, is quite sombre, it comes alive at night with a host of cultural performances and protests.

In solidarity with the students on hunger strike against the report of the high-level enquiry committee set up by the University and to keep the mood positive, poets, musicians, stand-up comedians and actors have been sharing their concern through performance art. The cultural evenings are organised alongside the formal protests marches, slogan shouting and fiery speeches.

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Shabnam Virmani and Vipul Rekhi singing at the Azadi Chowk in Solidarity with JNU Students on Indefinite Hunger Strike

 

Rossi D Souza’s Anti-National Anthem

 

Sheetal Sathe, Sambhaji Bhagat and Troupe perform at Mumbai Collective