“Where there is injustice, disorder is the beginning of justice.” The disorder was created by the four students of our college popularly known as MMV in the BHU campus,who dared to speak upfront about the injustice in our campus, the problems were highlighted by our seniors and friends in a national TV new channel NDTV interviewed by Rajdeep Sardesaihttps://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=QNBPGNT-ca8. The four satlwart hostellers, they brought up the issues of gender discrimination and inequality. They spoke about how we lack the basic amentities that are provided to the boys and not to the girls on the basis of gender
Students from all over the world and our country come to this premium institute, the centre of knowledge but little do they know about the dark side of the shiny facade. “Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains,” what Rousseau tells us we live by that. The shackles in the name of culture, morality, discipline and traditions stops us from practising our freedom.
In this century social media plays a very important role in our lives, to voice dissent, it gives us a platform to share our ideas and thoughts as well as our problems. There were news channels who contorted the whole incident and their words, to their side but the truth prevails. It leads us to question how long will it take for the patriarchal mindsets to change.