by FP Staff Dec, 29 2012 IST
Students march in the protest seeking justice for the gangrape survivor and harsh punishment to the perpetrators. Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost.
Students are demanding strong action against thew wrongdoers and greater police action for crimes against women. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost.
Women wear black bands on their mouth and sit in silent protest near Jantar Mantar. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
A bed of flowers was erected in the protest site to pay homage to the gangrape survivor's grit and courage. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
A woman protests against the brutal incident that took the life of the young woman by tying a black band on her face. Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost
Jantar Mantar has seen massive protest rallies today in the wake of the death of the gangrape survivor on Saturday night. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost.
The police have closed 10 metro stations in and around central Delhi for security purposes. Seen here is the closed gate of the Patel Chowk Metro Station. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost.
There is massive police presence in Central Delhi to control the protests. The police have appealed to the protestors to keep it non-violent. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia of the Aam Aadmi Party are also present in the protests in Jantar Mantar. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
The police have also deployed several women police officers to control the agitators. Ten metro stations are also shut in and around Central Delhi. Naresh Sharma/Firstpost.
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