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An organized march or rally:‘he will lead a massive morcha to the council hall’
demonstration, march, protest march, peace camp, rally, sit-in, human chain, occupation, sleep-in, dirty protest, write-in, non-cooperationView synonyms
- ‘Our overworked, underpaid police have enough on their plates - morchas, bandobast, routine crime, VIP security and so on.’
- ‘Instead, they will take out a morcha at Azad Maidan this afternoon to protest against the Supreme Court verdict on non-hawking zones in the city.’
- ‘But now, we have gathered the confidence to move resolutions, initiate debates and even take out ‘morchas’ on issues of concern to us.‘’
- ‘I was too busy fitting strikes, morchas and first day first shows into my schedule.’
- ‘Before I could collect it, he picked it up while leading his morcha to Azad Maidan.’
From Hindi morcā.
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