7 hours agoWriters: Ashish Urmalia
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Dainik Bhaskar erected its democracy wall in 5 different cities of UP. Our motive behind this was that the youth and common people should get an opportunity to speak about them. We reached out to him and conveyed his words written on the wall to lakhs of people one by one.
Today we are going to present to you the thoughts of the youth of all those 5 cities together.
February 24 at 9 am. Dainik Bhaskar erected a democracy wall outside the Union Hall of Allahabad University. The aim was to give an opportunity to the students to express their issues and their views. Within half an hour, the students themselves came and started writing their words on the wall. About 200 students participated in it in 8 hours.
Students told us that sometimes they are not able to express their opinion by speaking. But democracy can easily convey the issues by writing on the wall.
Bhaskar’s Democracy Wall in Allahabad University
University student Ashish Mishra wrote that the government should not make false promises to the youth, because of this, not only the future of the youth, but the future of the entire country is ruined. On the other hand, it was written in the second line that the government should talk on employment and education.
Banaras Hindu University
Dainik Bhaskar erected his democracy wall at Banaras Hindu University campus at 11 am on 25 February. Its purpose was to provide a platform to the students studying in the university to express their views. By around 11:40 a.m., the students started gathering near the Democracy Wall and the students started writing their point one by one.
Bhaskar’s Democracy Wall at Banaras Hindu University Campus
The enthusiasm among the students was so much that in just five hours, about 250 children wrote their talk on Bhaskar’s Democracy Wall and also liked this initiative of Dainik Bhaskar.
More than 50 children of BHU’s journalism department wrote their point about the election on the Democracy Wall. It also praised the action of the police on preventing violence at the time of voting. Jyoti wrote that any political party that comes to power. He should give priority to the farmers and the army. Mukesh, a student of the Department of Journalism, wrote on the Democracy Wall that the government should come forward with a new plan to remove unemployment and poverty.
Chandrashekhar Azad Park in Prayagraj
It was February 27 at 11 am. As soon as Dainik Bhaskar erected his democracy wall in Chandrashekhar Azad Park of Prayagraj, there was a rush of youth. Actually, those youths were trying to write their mind on that empty wall so that it would go up to the top. Let them be read and heard.
Bhaskar Democracy Wall standing in Chandrashekhar Azad Park of Prayagraj
About 400 youths filled the democracy wall in just 2 hours. After filling the entire wall, when it was looked at carefully, more than half the wall appeared to be filled with only 2 words. Those words were job and employment. Apart from these, the youth also engraved many issues including recruitment on the wall. Especially Brahmin youths showed their displeasure on the wall regarding reservation.
Sampurnanand Sanskrit University
Dainik Bhaskar’s Democracy Wall was installed at Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, the oldest Sanskrit university in the country, in Jagatganj, Banaras at around 11:30 am on February 28. Dainik Bhaskar’s motive behind putting up the Democracy Wall was to give an opportunity to the students studying Sanskrit to have their say.
Bhaskar Democracy Wall standing in Sampurnanand Sanskrit University of Banaras
The students of the university welcomed this initiative and in just 3 hours, 170 children wrote their talk on the Democracy Wall. Here the students demanded from the government to get a separate job for Sanskrit students.
On March 2, Dainik Bhaskar erected a democracy wall in Golghar, Gorakhpur. Within 2 hours, about 150 people filled this wall. The people who came there wrote their issues on the wall with impunity. There were some people who were afraid to write. He said, if you say anything against the government, you are thrown in jail. No hearing takes place. When we saw the wall full of everyone’s issues, 4 issues were the most talked about. They were religion, reservation, inflation and unemployment. People said, “Now such a government is needed which talks about everyone and not any particular religion.”
Youth writing his mind on the wall standing in Golghar, Gorakhpur
A student of Gorakhpur University wrote that if he speaks anything against the government, he picks up and puts him in jail.