Women with their babies (including Irom Sharmila), students, volunteers, economists, lawyers, historians, representatives of LGBTQ, Transwomen, Dalit, and many men with bindis were seen in the protest.
“I am the master of my own destiny. Others have no say in this. I took a bold step by going in for the hunger strike; I am glad that I decided to break it.” – Irom Sharmila
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