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Nisha Susan and Roshni M, the two brave Indian ladies fighting against Sri Ram Sena

Two campaigns in the internet is gaining popularity in connection with the Valentine's day. These campaigns protest against the actions of Sri Ram Sena, a group in India whose actions like warnings against celebrating Valentine’s Day and the attacks on women in Mangalore has raisen concern over the Indian youth.

Nisha Susan, a journalist from New Delhi, started 'Pink Chaddi Campaign', where people have been asked to buy or collect pink underwear and send it to Ram Sena chief Pramod Mutalik. The campaign now has over 3000 registered members.

Started in Chennai by Roshni M, a content writer, and her friend Mahesh Vee, a business analyst in Gurgaon, the 'Send Pramod Muthalik a Valentine's Day Card' is also gaining popularity. The group has more than 800 members as on today.

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