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Poster War is on at CEPT (Who supports B Plan?)

August 16, 2013

At first, the wall said: ‘Hum Nahin Zukenge’ (We will not bow down)

Next, it shouted in bold red: ‘Keep Calm and Embrace the Change’
Opposite, in small letters, now it says DO NOT KEEP CALM: THE TIME HAS COME (We support BPLAN)…

On the wall at entry, a series of them… one says “Do not experiment.”
And many other things about unity, resolve to fight, and some caricatures about those who are, supposedly asking them to keep calm. Small posters, lining the entrance to School buildings, and at other random places including the basement. Apart from this statue tied up in ropes outside the office. Strangely reminds one of similar things in past. Only better organised, and as is obvious, by more aware students.

Wishing them a bright future and a satisfying resolution of whatever is causing the black and red letters.

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