JNU’s Kanhaiya and his team are on their issue less multi-day fast. The latest pretext is to get the release of some JNU students who got severe punishment for shouting anti-national slogans. One is left wondering if this is another means to seek political mileage? An unanswered question is whether Kanhaiya and team are fasting in an air conditioned room, while his parents in Bihar and others are reeling in 45°C heat, with day-time cooking bans. Are his parents tolling so hard to still support Kanhaiya?
Source: Indian Express
- 8 May 2016
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?
- 10 Mar 2016
Rahul Gandhi is always on the lookout for a protest to join. The latest one is him showing solidarity with the anti-national JNU students who during their protests allegedly shouted slogans like ‘Pakistan zindabad’, ‘go India go back’ and those in support of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, and Kashmir’s independence and India’s destruction. A burning question many are asking is ‘Is Rahul Gandhi encouraging another partition of India and its destruction’?
- 17 Feb 2016
400 Academics of colleges in western countries, WHO WOULD NEVER DARE PROTEST TO CALL TO DESTROY THEIR OWN COUNTRIES AND SOCIETIES, have written in support of certain anti-social and anti-national JNU students who have been detained by police. These academics are nothing but hypocrites and out to encourage those who want to see India harmed. JNU is a tax funded and heavily subsidized university, so the students are protesting against hard working tax payers. Also, there are reports that several JNU faculty is not in support of these protesting students.
- 17 Feb 2016