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No end to JNU row outrage: Lawyers carry out protest march against 'anti-national' activities

New Delhi: Lawyers burn an effigy as they march from Patiala House Courts to India Gate against alleged anti-national activities at JNU, in New Delhi on Friday. PTI Photo by Atul Yadav

Lawyers burn an effigy as they march from Patiala House Courts to India Gate against alleged 'anti-national' activities at JNU in New Delhi on Friday. PTI

New Delhi: Lawyers march from Patiala House Courts to India Gate against alleged anti-national activities at JNU, in New Delhi on Friday. PTI Photo by Atul Yadav

One of the lawyers protesting in the march from Patiala House court to India Gate said, "We are not goons. We are lawyers. We want to tell the media that we are protesting against the anti-national activities." PTI

New Delhi: Lawyers march from Patiala House Courts to India Gate against alleged anti-national activities at JNU, in New Delhi on Friday. PTI Photo by Atul Yadav

'Bharat mata ki jai', 'Vande Mataram' slogans were heard along with 'Pakistan murdabad' as the lawyers marched from outside the Patiala House court. PTI

New Delhi: Lawyers carry an effigy as they march from Patiala House Courts to India Gate against alleged anti-national activities at JNU, in New Delhi on Friday. PTI Photo by Atul Yadav

Another lawyer protesting in the march made this statement over the attack on journalists: "If anyone abuses one's mother, won't you feel angry? It is natural to get angry." PTI

New Delhi: Lawyers carry a Tricolour as they march from Patiala House Courts to India Gate against alleged anti-national activities at JNU, in New Delhi on Friday. PTI Photo by Atul Yadav

Many of the lawyers at the protest march also claimed that the people who had earlier attacked journalists and activists at the Patiala House court complex were not lawyers. PTI


Updated Date: Feb 19, 2016 20:11 PM

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