रविवार, 14 फ़रवरी 2016

दुर्मुखों का मुंह काला ,कनकटे जाकर दिखाएँ दोबारा जनेऊ में अभी तो रिहर्सल है कांन काटा जाना बाकी है इन दुर्मुखों का जो जनेऊ में आग भड़का रहे हैं।

पहचान लो इस एंटोनियो मायनो के मूत को ,फीताराम येचुरी
और नीतीश के चाकर केसीयादव सोच के लोगों को। नोटिस लो दोस्तों इन देश तोड़क ताकतों का जो विश्वविद्यालय परिसर में घुसकर युवा भीड़ को लक्ष्य च्युत कर रहे हैं बागी बना रहे हैं। जबकि विश्वविद्यालय उन्हें दोषी मान रहा है। पूछा जा सकता है राजनीति के ये भड़वे जनेऊ में क्या कर रहे हैं ?

JNU row: Anand Sharma claims he was attacked by ABVP students


Congress Rajya Sabha deputy leader Anand Sharma was today attacked at JNU University by unidentified assailants when he went there with Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken to take part in a protest meeting.


Congress Rajya Sabha deputy leader Anand Sharma was today attacked at JNU University by unidentified assailants when he went there with Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken to take part in a protest meeting.
Sharma's office told India Today he was attacked with a blade-like object which injured his ears. He was rushed home where doctor provided him first aid. His office claimed that the attackers were ABVP students.

दुर्मुखों का मुंह काला ,कनकटे जाकर दिखाएँ दोबारा जनेऊ में अभी तो रिहर्सल है कांन काटा जाना बाकी है इन दुर्मुखों का जो जनेऊ में आग भड़का रहे हैं।

JNU row: Cong, Left join protest, seek release of the student

Rahul Gandhi and other political leaders today joined the protest at JNU to demand the release of the student leader, who has been arrested on sedition charge, with the government insisting that the premier university cannot be allowed to be a "hub of anti-national" activities.


A day after JNU students' Union (JNUSU) President Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested in a sedition case over an event at the varsity's campus against hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury, CPI National Secretary D Raja and JD(U) spokesperson K C Tyagi met Home Minister Rajnath Singh here to demand his release.

The JNU row became another point of political tussle with Rahul Gandhi asserting that "most anti-national people are those who are suppressing the voice of students in this institution" and BJP saying that Congress vice president and his friends are "speaking in the voice of LeT terrorist Hafiz Sayeed who had tweeted in support of anti-India event in JNU".

Gandhi and the opposition leaders also attended a meet organised by the JNUSU demanding "immediate and unconditional release of students union president, end to police raj on the campus and witch-hunting of JNU students". Gandhi was shown black flags by a group of ABVP members.

Asserting that JNU cannot be allowed to be a "hub of anti-national activities", Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said freedom of expression cannot be "absolute and unqualified and reasonable restriction" has to be there.

"This was an unfortunate incident. But these are not small kids who don't know what they do. In the name of freedom of speech you can't abuse the nation," the minister added.

Meanwhile, the Chancellor of the university, K Kasturirangan, today visited the campus and took stock of the situation even as four Deans of JNU wrote to VC Jagdesh Kumar to protest against the manner in which police "crackdown" was "allowed by the university".

After meeting Rajnath, Yechury said,"We met the Home Minister and apprised him about the tense atmosphere in JNU at present. Delhi Police has released a list of 20 students in connection with the event, which also includes D Raja's daughter, but we are asking are they seen in the video shouting slogans?."

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi at JNU. Image courtesy: ANI Twitter

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