How better we can relate the freedom of speeches to that of being anti-national?Since long we have into debates in context to the freedom of speeches at varied social strata which are from student to that of the politicians. To an extent, we are being evident of almost everything in our country. For an instance, the absurd language being used for the PM of our nation, the army being defamed & even questioned for their surgical strikes, the supreme jurisdiction of the country has been convicted for being insensitive to the secular forces & raising favors for Afjal Guru who was sentenced to death by the Supreme court who was convicted for his role in the 2001 Indian Parliament attack.
How would you refer to the remarks of former union minister and Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar, who went on saying to a Pakistani news channel, "Bring us (the Congress) back to power and remove them. There is no other way (to better the relations). We will remove them, but till then you (Pakistan) have to wait".
I don't feel any hesitation in admitting that the politicians & more specifically the opposition alliance parties are so much desperate that they have lost their mind to some logical way thinking & in this process they have gone to such an extent that they are unable to identify their side for being nationalistic or anti-national.
Dear members, how do you see this whole picture in your way?