India’s top news anchor Arnab Goswami is facing life threats from Pakistani supported jihadi groups. Arnab Goswami is a courageous face of TV anchors who is not afraid to ask difficult questions or put those with anti-national views on the spot. This happened recently with Kanhaiya Kumar of JNU, Zakir Nair, our secular politicians or some intellectuals who were opposing the surgical strikes. In light of the threat perception, India government will provide Arnab “Y” level security initially which could be upgraded based on further threat perceptions.
Source: Hindustan Times
- 17 Oct 2016
15 year old Ms. Jhanvi Behgal said that she will hoist the Indian Tricolour on 15th August in Srinagar. This is a direct challenge to the separatists who seem to find any pretext for agitation, protests and stone throwing. Ms. Jhanvi, who is a little over half the age of JNU’s Kanhaiya Kumar to a debate on nationalism but sadly or should we say not surprisingly Kanhaiya never a ccepted or responded. She also expressed total support for the Indian army but is concerned about the growing anti-India sentiment in Kashmir. Surprising our media tried their best to ignore it.
Source: Jagruk Bharat
- 25 Jul 2016
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
JNU’s Kanhaiya and his student compatriots are in the news for being on an “indefinite” hunger strike due to the punishment meted out to several students. Kanhaiya and his team are also making provocative statements as in: “they have never had faith in the probe committee which they consider to be arbitrary, and the findings have been rejected by the student general body”. So the message being sent is the university authorities have no say, but only the student body and including those accused of wrongdoing – the general public is of course left wondering about this, especially since they as taxpayers are funding these students subsidized education…
- 28 Apr 2016
Suddenly there is tension in the National Institute of Technology campus in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. Per news reports Kashmiri students were celebrating India’s T20 loss to West Indies, arguably a cause for provocation. In response to this as also to anti-national protests by a minority of students in JNU, Hyderabad University and Jadavpur University, non-local students (e.g. Jammu and other regions) gathered and raised pro-India slogans and raised the national flag, but looks like they have been beaten by police (the matter is under investigation) and these students feel their lives are threatened. What is the problem with raising the tricolor or the national flag? How come the JNU protesters – Kanhaiya Kumar and Shehla Rashid gone into silence mode?
- 9 Apr 2016
On Women’s Day, Kanhaiya was speaking of azaadi to women… really. But here is what really happened. Parmeshwari Kamlesh, in June 2015, as a former JNU student scolded Kanhaiya Kumar for for urinating in public. Per her Facebook remarks, Kanhaiya refused to apologize to her, and instead threatened her with dire consequences, and even showed her a girl his private parts amongst other things. Parmeshwari then complained, who after a full investigation issued a rebe order numbered 77/CP/2015 on October 16, 2015 ni which the Proctor found Mr. Kanhaiya guilty of ‘misbehaving with an Ex-student (Female)’ and fined him Rs. 3000. So you decide is Kanhaiya a Hero or a Zero and Fraud?
- 13 Mar 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
A Facebook posts noted, this fellow is 28 years old, still a student, is economically dependent on his mother who earns only Rs. 3,000 per month and father is bed ridden. We have nothing against this person, but this JNU fellow is still studying on govt subsidies and is asking for Azaadi from the same government & social issues like poverty, casteism etc which according to him only came after May 2014 with the new government. All those things he is allegedly protesting against – the hanging of terrorist Afzal Guru or Yakub Memon all happened during the time of the previous government.
- 8 Mar 2016