The JNU students union president Kanhaiya Kumar sparks another unfortunate controversy by saying Indian Army are rapists. Is he seeking free publicity or is he provoking people to seen as a victim, remains unclear. In no country in the world do you find its citizens criticizing its army public. Indian Army, a disciplined unit, is braving difficult conditions, and our men and women put their lives in line to protect the border so we can all enjoy our freedom, an obvious point made by the esteemed Delhi High Court judge. Specific to the rape allegations, they are everywhere in universities amongst students and teachers, among the general populations, in some places such as West Bengal where the minority community is dominant, in the general populations, there are allegations inside churches, etc. But where is the need to highlight this – what is the real intention, but another way to show your finger to them?
- OurVoice WeRIndia
- 10 Mar 2016