Ekta Parishad - India’s Longest Peaceful Land Rights Protest

Bindaas Republic

Published on Apr 19, 2016


Ankush Vengurlekar is Live on #fame with Ramesh Chadra Sharma, campaign Coordinator in Ekta Parishad. Ekta Parishad is an organization which is working for land rights of Tribal people. Ramesh talks about the protester who are well trained in many programs and the changes which made 92000 villages to turn into 54000 slums. Watch the video and leave the comment below to show your support to the landless people. While India is believed to be a land of the pure and pious, it is still known to face major day to day challenges.#Bindaas Republic aims at making the world realize that major amendments should be made today in our sometimes old school philosophy. Providing women a category of being an “Adarsh Mahila” is kind of caging their identity and India needs a rapid change in its psychology. With Janta Ki Awaaz, we create an open ground for the citizens of the country to come up with what they have to say about the existing hypocrisy of the Nation. Some issuesremain negligible and are those that can bring goosebumps to any individual.#Bindaas Logo Ki #Bindaas Republic paves the way into the major social issues that have been prevailing since ages. Hence an effort has been made to highlight the #nottrending issues because it’s high time to realize that Mera Bharat Is NOT That Mahaan! We aim to take you to a round-trip throughout India and give it a self-analyzing approach with #Bindaas Republic Subscribe to us on: Like Us: Tweet Us: To view more exciting Live beams, Download the #fame App or visit: #fame- Go Live & Be A Star| Watch & Discover Live Videos | Follow & Chat Live With Celebs & #famestars - Anywhere, Anytime! Stay Connected with #fame on: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Snapchat: liveonfame

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