Phase 3 Mass Hunger Strike: Outside Sadiq Khan's Residence
From Solo to Solidarity: Continuing the Fight
Prabhdeep Singh’s lone protest in Phase 2 evolved into a powerful display of unity in Phase 3. During the weekend from September 29, 2023, to October 1, 2023, a transformative Mass Hunger Strike was organized by Prabhdeep Singh, with steadfast support from Kris Karn, outside Mr. Sadiq Khan’s residence in Tooting, London.
The Mass Hunger Strike marked a continuation of the resilient protest against the ULEZ expansion that began as a solitary effort. In Phase 3, Prabhdeep Singh found solidarity as five more individuals, including Nick Arlett, Marion, Leo NO ULEZ, Peter, and Navdeep Singh, actively joined the hunger strike. Together, they formed a formidable collective voice against the challenges posed by ULEZ.
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