Monument in memory of those killed in the Aksy events of 2002 and the events of April 2010.
The monument represents an exposition of two stones: black and white. At the joint of the two stones people push away the black stone. The monument simbolizes the victory of good over evil, light over dark. On both sides of the white part of the monument are the two inscriptions outlined in gold in Kyrgyz language: "In the light memory of the deceased in 2002 in Aksy and in April 2010 for the freedom of the people", "For those who laid their heads down for the freedom of the people, who imortalized themselves with their feat dying for the country's future".
On 17 March, 2002 in the village of Bospiek Aksy district, police opened fire on demonstrators who demanded release of the deputy of Jogorku Kenesh, Azimbek Beknazarov, who spoke against certain decisions of then ruled President Askar Akayev. The clashes killed six residents of Aksy district, about 50 people were shot and wounded.
On 7 April 2010 the government was overthrown. On Ala-Too square, 86 people were killed and hundreds were injured.