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DU students join hands with Satyarthi for free, safe, educated childhood

DU students join hands with Satyarthi for free, safe, educated childhood

New Delhi, Oct 31 (UNI) Delhi University students on Thursday joined hands with Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi for free, safe and educated childhood.

Students from Hansraj College and University of Delhi joined Satyarthi in a march for the progress of every child in the nation.

The march was organised by Hansraj College at North Campus in collaboration with Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) under the banner of 100 Million Campaign initiative that was launched in 2016 by the Nobel Peace Laureate.

They stressed upon the accountability of law enforcement actors towards the children intensifying the chorus for their freedom, safety and education.

Led by Mr Satyarthi, thousands of students from different streams of University of Delhi took part in the march from Hansraj College gate to Vivekananda Statue, Faculty of Arts, University of Delhi.

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