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ATTN DELHI today – #Kissoflove – Sanghi gunde hoshiyar, tere saamne karenge pyaar

Some individual students had given a call for a protest demonstration through ‘open display of affection’ in front of RSS office in Delhii in solidarity with the Kochi incident and campaign of ‘Kiss of Love’ picking up spontaneously in various cities including Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata. These individual organizers have been getting constant life-threat calls and messages from the RSS affiliates yesterday. Bajrang Dal has given a open call to attack the protestors on Facebook JOIN 4PM AT JAHNDEWALLA METRO STN SHARE WIDELY
TODAY- 4.0PM
Jhandewalan metro station

New Delhi, India
kiss of love
Friends, lovers and Comrades,Do you feel the nip in the air? Have you noticed the flowers? Have you noticed how poetry is even more beautiful suddenly, people are more lovely and it feels like its time for something right to happen?It’s the Kiss of Love!But unfortunately it’s also the right wing sanghis on the rise taking away our spaces, telling us that we are not allowed to love, to experience and show it the way we want. That if we dare them, they will take love away. By force.So let’s. Dare them. Come let’s celebrate the November chill, the sweetness of falling in complicated, heavenly, crazy, dirty, beautiful love, the feeling that we have an endless amount of love to give and receive and desires that we will not shy away from anymore. We kiss to say ‘life’. We kiss to reaffirm our faith in change. We kiss because we want to. And right wing Sanghis are the least of our worries.Come embrace, hold, shake hands, give high fives… and Kiss. They take away our cafes, our pubs, our parks, our galis and mohallas and tell us this is no place to kiss. Let’s go to Jhandewala where the grand office of Rashtriya Swayam Sangh is located and register our protest. Oh yes, in your face, Khaki Nikkar!

More details on where to assemble etc to follow.
Muahs.

For more information about the Kiss of Love protest in cochin, visit their page https://www.facebook.com/kissoflovekochi?fref=ts

And watch this video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxWYoyfJT5A
For further information contact
Sumitran 8800581492
Pratik 9654654605

According to the movement’s Facebook page, the event outside the office of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Jhandewalan near the Metro station will display “embraces, holds and kisses”.

“Come embrace, hold, shake hands, give high fives… and Kiss. They take away our cafes, our pubs, our parks, our galis and mohallas and tell us this is no place to kiss. Let’s go to Jhandewala where the grand office of Rashtriya Swayam Sangh is located and register our protest,” said a post on Facebook.

Pankhuri Zaheer and two Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students Sumitran Basu and Pratik are organising the Delhi chapter of the event.

The organisers say they selected the venue near the RSS office because the right wing group has been denying them public spaces to express their affection.

Out of the 8,500 people invited to the event, at least 1,100 people have confirmed their participation on the campaign’s Facebook page.

The movement began when activists from all over Kerala decided to protest against alleged moral policing by right-wing groups by organising a mass-kissing campaign on November 2.

The campaign was launched on social media after a coffee shop in north Kerala’s Kozhikode city was vandalised by a group of people who criticised the public display of affection by some couples there.

The attack came after a news channel owned by a political party carried a report on October 23 with visuals of “immoral activities” allegedly taking place at the establishment, showing young couples kissing and embracing.

The much-hyped campaign fizzled out after the police rounded up 50-odd activists, who were planning to march towards Kochi’s Marine Drive, the venue of the event.

The event which saw a very few participants in Kolkata and Mumbai passed off peacefully. In Hyderabad, pro-Hindu groups tried to stop the protestors. The city police also registered cases against the participants in the event.

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