8 April 2011, 8:12 PM
We just had the most amazing Candle light Vigil. Never have so many diverse people been taken to the streets in Bangalore for a common cause. If you ask me, I think we’ve got 5,000 people. The energy, the spirit, it’s…it’s… I don’t know I’m speechless.
A Protestor displaying his placard
Overwhelming crowd! The little lights you see till the end are
candle lights. Yes they do continue all the way to horizon.
India Against Corruptions, youngest supporter
Gali Gali mein Shor Hai. Mera Neta Chor Hai!
Yes, But Unity will Kill Corruption!
8 April 2011, 3:18 PM
The crowd has marginally thinned, but the spirit is just as strong. Here are pics of the last few hours
Here are pics of volunteers who are making the show go on 24/7.
We were just loudly and actively joined by the bar association
8 April 2011, 12:24 PM
The very politicians that we are standing up against, have come with their entourage, banners and musclemen. We couldn’t stop them and so they’re having their time in the limelight.
8 April 2011, 11:39 AM
The Crowd has just exploded here. Sitting on the stage, it seems the crowd reaches horizon. Kanada Superstar Upendra just came here.
8 April 2011, 10:14 AM
As of now there are porbably 200 people here now. The car parking lot has been cleared as we expect a large number today. We are sure to touch 10,000 today, it may even reach 50,000. TV reporters have started coming and are now a common sight here at Freedom Park. Some pictures from now
Several have joined the Hunger-strike
A movement supported by all ages and all classes
8 April 2011, 12:05 AM
Yesterday the crowds starting leaving 10 Pm. However volunteers stayed well till 2 AM planning and strategising activities and events for the next day. Today our target is to have 10,000 individuals gathered at Freedom Park. Here are some pics from behind the scenes, after the crowds left.
Volunteers working overtime to design Badges for Supporters to wear
Those on Hunger Strike calling it a night.