Left-wing parties staged protest in Indian Punjab against genocide of Kashmiris in IoK

Monitoring Desk: The Communist Party of India (CPI) along with other seven left-wing parties staged day-long protest at Moga city in the Indian state of Punjab where protestors were carrying placards with a question that “is Hitler Still Alive?

Protestors were chanting slogans in favour of struggle of Kashmiris who are caged in Indian Occupied Kashmir since August 5, 2019 with no connectivity with outside the world.

CPI leader Annie Raja who is also the General Secretary of National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW) in her speech stated that Indian forces had written a new history of brutality in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) where over eight million people are being purged by a million personnel law enforcing agencies
CPI leader Annie Raja who is also the General Secretary of National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW) in her speech stated that Indian forces had written a new history of brutality in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) where over eight million people are being purged by a million personnel law enforcing agencies

CPI leader Annie Raja who is also the General Secretary of National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW) in her speech stated that Indian forces had written a new history of brutality in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) where over eight million people are being purged by a million personnel law enforcing agencies.

Protestors in their slogans stated that Indian Prime Minister Modi is the fascist Hitler of 21st century.

protestors were carrying placards with a question that “is Hitler Still Alive?
protestors were carrying placards with a question that “is Hitler Still Alive?

It is pertinent to mention that Moga is a city in the Indian state of Punjab. Moga which was named after Moga Singh Gill.  Moga town is situated on the National Highway 95 (NH-95 Ferozpur-Ludhiana road.

Historically, Moga became a popular spot for traveling to Lahore because it was linked with Lahore from middle of Punjab (Now Indian Punab) and people came by train to Moga and after that, people travelled to Lahore (Now in Pakistan) via Buses.

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