By Priyanka Saurabh On the birthday of Modi Ji, when the whole nation is celebrating happiness, instead of highlighting the merits of our Prime Minister, who emerged as the educated youth unemployed youth leader of Haryana, he was seen agitating in black clothes all day on social media all day. Wearing black clothes, the youth […]
Ranchi : With the elections around the corner, you could easily mistake this for a political campaign. For the past 7 days, Ranchi saw numbers of outdoor hoardings, posters and pamphlets announcing the launch of a new outfit – the Sabse Sasta Dal. With everyday, basic commodities are becoming unaffordable for the common man; price rise is an issue that affects every household.
Mobilising public demand for affordability, Sabse Sasta Dal was launched by Bihar and Jharkhand’s lowest telecom tariffs provider Uninor as a platform to seek affordability in everyday purchases in the state.
The campaign reached a high point today with hundreds of participants from all walks of life joining a march against inflation. The march was aptly called the “Mehengai Todh March”.