Protesters form a human chain at Jantar Mantar
Protesters form a human chain at Jantar Mantar | Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint
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After Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman returned, tensions between India-Pakistan have simmered down. Amid de-escalated tensions, people in Delhi gathered at Assembly Point in Jantar Mantar to support peace. The aim of the Citizens Rally for Peace event was to spread the message of peace and saying no to war. The event named Citizens Rally for Peace featured a chain of people with placards.

ThePrint’s photographer Suraj Singh Bisht recorded some these messages on lens.

1. Non-violence

A poster depicted Mahatma Gandhi shedding a tear or two on the increasing hostilities between India and Pakistan | Suraj Singh Bisht / ThePrint

2. War & Peace

Citizens connected with each other sharing placards | Suraj Singh Bisht / ThePrint

3. Modi’s catapult

A protester wanted a political cartoon to deliver his message | Suraj Singh Bisht/ ThePrint

4. K for kindreds

The protest also talked about human rights violation in Kashmir | Suraj Singh Bisht / ThePrint

5. War on misinformation

Protesting against the exaggerated claims made by the media | Suraj Singh Bisht / ThePrint

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