‪#‎i_boycottmyvote‬ campaign in the time of #JusticeForJisha

After the social media outrage, all political parties came up to 'fight for' Jisha's justice. Same time there are some voice of dissent against the way political parties and media handled the issue for days. So this people shared their way of protest in this videos by saying that ' they won't vote untill she get justice. They are boycotting the election.

Kerala initiated many hotly debated political hashtags.  It gained momentum after the kiss of love protest. Then the online community saw the #happytobleed which was reaction to the discrimination meted out to the menstruating women. The  #forbetterfb championed the cause for a better democratic Facebook.  But now, after the grotesque killing of the Dalit girl, which shocked the nation, some  in the online media has come out with more provocative hashtag calling for boycott of poll if the police fails to arrest killers of the 29 year old Dalit girl. Kerala is going to polls on 16 May.

Their idea of doing this is for spreading an awareness about the protection of the women before every body going to polling booth. ‘People should take a stand about the political stand on this matter, we have to do more campaigns regarding gender equality and rights for the women, other ways these kinds of incidents will happen again and again’- Said a campaigner.

Check out the videos and listen to their voice

Jisha's House – Perumbavoor