Who are you AANDOLJEEVI or AANDOLKARI

Who are you AANDOLJEEVI or AANDOLKARI

A protest is a public expression of objection, disapproval or dissent towards an idea or action, typically a political one were Protests can take many different forms, from individual statements to mass demonstrations to show their point of view.

BJP top leader said in the assembly that few people are relay on these protests and can be visible at every spot of protest to support. for this, he gave a word "AANDOLANJEEVI" Or "PARJEEVI"

Who are you AANDOLJEEVI or AANDOLKARI

Whereas public does not agree with the point of view and showed their disagreement through social media platform, which results in the trending has tag all over the Twitter #आंदोलनजीवी_हूँ_जुमलाजीवी_नहीं

India has a history of protest, and due to which we had our freedom today, our history books taught us that how we have done so many protests against the British government under Gandhi Ji's direction.

Who are you AANDOLJEEVI or AANDOLKARI

This was targeted to the farmer Protest, For so many days, Our mainstream Media portraying an image of farmer as "AAtankwadi" which is without any evidence, When it comes from the top position and powerful person, it affects in a very wast way, and people will follow this. According to it, with your well also you can't take a stand against the government. it will do, it will be antinational.

Every Protest will be a great assembly of people will become when different people will join that and support it with their point of view, In a democracy, we have that right to support and stand against the government if a group of people thinks it's not going in a good direction, that’s called actual democracy.

Who are you AANDOLJEEVI or AANDOLKARI

For any political rally if people will gather it will not be aandoljeevi according to the statement, whereas if someone will join any protest they will become aandoljeevi.

Who are you AANDOLJEEVI or AANDOLKARI

A 25-year-old girl Avika Singh, from Odessa, after her study in Law got admission in JNU, she realizes that middle-class people have to struggle everywhere for their rights and their respect. and like her some people are there,  she took part in villages and took part in Bengal for women empowerment, even arrested twice too. and continue her goal, for kissan the protest also she supported farmer, Now a question arises.

Is she a aandoljeevi or a true citizen of India who knows her rights and can fight for it?

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