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New Delhi: “We are no longer afraid.”
This is what the We Are Not AFraid movement has been saying for the past two years.
In February this year, it staged its first ever demonstration outside the home ministry in central Delhi and staged its biggest protest yet in the capital city of New Delhi.
“We don’t have any fear.
We are no more afraid than the people who want to move to the suburbs,” said a woman in a bright red shirt who had just walked past a group of young women holding placards with slogans like “We have a right to our homes.”
This year’s protests have become the biggest protests India has seen in two decades.
The movement has gathered momentum as the country has been in the grip of a massive cash crunch.
With prices in the country soaring and many families struggling to pay for their home, the country is grappling with a massive influx of cash, many of it from the government.
It has become the focal point of discontent over the crisis, with many protesting against the government’s decision to hike the national minimum amount of cash for citizens to withdraw from their bank accounts.
It is a movement that has taken on a life of its own, with people from all walks of life demonstrating on the streets.
A group of women holding a banner reading “We will not leave our homes” on February 11, 2017 in New Delhi, India.
Demonstrators in New York march through Times Square during a rally against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was sworn in as the first prime minister of India on February 14, 2017.
“We are the ones who are not leaving our homes,” said Arun, a 30-year-old mother of three.
She said the protests were not just about money but about the right to a place to live, and that the government is not protecting this right.
“I don’t want to be homeless in my village, I want to live in my house.
My husband and I want the same,” said the woman, whose husband works as a security guard.
Protesters from We Are The People take part in a demonstration in New Jersey on November 30, 2017 to protest against the US government’s plan to increase the amount of money citizens can withdraw from the Federal Reserve.
The movement is not a protest against Modi but rather a protest over the rising cost of living.
“It is about our basic rights as a people.
We have been living in the same situation for years.
Our houses have been empty for decades.
We don’t need to live like this,” said an activist who did not want to give her name.
“People who are poor and in the countryside, they can’t afford to live here anymore, because they are losing their homes.
The government is doing the best it can, but there is no way to pay the rent and feed the family.
The money is coming in and out of our pockets,” said Shanti, a 25-year old student who is also protesting.
It has taken more than two years to assemble a coalition of protesters who have been protesting against Modi since the middle of November.
In the early days of the protests, the movement did not even have a website, and its supporters were anonymous and were unable to join the larger protests.
As the protests gained momentum, they started using the hashtag #NarendraModiWeAreNotAFraid, which gained momentum in the weeks following the government announcement of the hike.
The hashtag was also used by some of the leaders of the movement, who claimed that the protests had become an anti-government movement.
“The movement was born in the early months of the demonetisation movement,” said Srinivasa Chatterjee, the founder of the WeAreThePeople website, which is now defunct.
At its core, the We are the People movement is a demand for the right of all citizens to a safe place to settle in.
The aim is to bring about a fundamental change in the way India thinks about housing.
India is a land of over 1.2 billion people, and it is not just the rich who own their own homes.
There are also many poor people who are forced to live on the margins of society because of financial constraints.
According to the US census, in the poorest cities like Mumbai, the median income for a single person in a poor neighbourhood is only $2,200.
“If you are poor, you don’t get any help from the state,” said M.V. Ramakrishnan, a professor of sociology at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
One of the main demands of the activists is to increase funding for the welfare of rural India.
A study conducted by the Indian National Academy of Sciences found that a large majority of rural households had no income.
“They have no bank accounts, no savings, and there are few opportunities for them to make a living. They need