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‘Kiss of Love’ organizer backs out after threats

Akhila Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha members protesting outside the Police Commissioner's office on Tuesday.

By Jyoti Banthia and K.S. Aditya Rao

BANGALORE (Nov. 21)––Human rights activist Rachita Taneja, the organizer of the planned “Kiss of Love” demonstration in Bangalore, has backed out of the event following threats made against her on social media. A new committee has been formed to organize the event.

Taneja told The SoftCopy on Thursday, “I have been receiving threats from various organizations that if I continue with the event, I’ll be inviting violence.”

 

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