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    Good news! Chargesheet filed against JNU anti-nationals

    At last the good news came. Delhi Police has filed the chargesheet against the anti-nationals (oops! middle-aged revolutionary student leaders) of JNU. Those anti-nationals who gave the infamous anti-India slogans at JNU campus on 9th February, 2016! Some of these revolutionaries are: Kanhaiya Kumar, Shehla Rashid Shora, Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya, Rama Naga, Aparajitha Raja (daughter of CPI leader D. Raja), Ashutosh Kumar, Banojyotsna Lahiri, Aquib Hussain, Mujeeb Hussain, Muneeb Hussain, Umar Gul, Rayeea Rassol, Bashir Bhat, Basharat and some others.

    The accused have been charged with offences under sections 124A (sedition), 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 465 (punishment for forgery) and various other sections of IPC. The chargesheet also contains CCTV footage, mobile footage and documentary evidence.

    However, the supporters of these anti-nationals, ie., some teachers of the University and members of the liberal brigade have immediately started their dirty game questioning the timing.

    I do expect that the charges are air-tight and these revolutionaries will spend some productive years behind the bars due to these charges.
  • #656740
    It is good to note that finally some action has been initiated against the people who have shown their disrespect towards the Nation. Such people should not be allowed to continue their studies in the universities and Colleges where the government funds are available. They should be relieved from the university and suitable exemplary action should be taken against them so that it will stand as an example for the other such students and nobody will go for such anti-national activities. Always there will be a cry from the supporters of such people and we need not worry about such people. Law has to take its own course and see that they will be punished accordingly.
    drrao
    always confident

  • #656742
    The thread itself is supported with good information & seems to be that the whole picture is being broadcasted in front of me about the campus & the slogans favoring the Afjal Guru & the most famous pictures of Kanhaiyaa Kumar, Shehla Rashid Shora & of Umar Khalid etc along with the brigade of reporters & with the group of politicians showing their concerns towards freedom of speech. In the hardest of the words I condemn them with a hope that in the course ahead the law has got some definite replies to them.

  • #656744
    I think it is a good development and it will be a good lesson for other miscreants also if these people are appropriately punished.

    Anything against the nation or honour of the nation should not be tolerated by the ruling Govt. Our ideologies may differ but we must respect our motherland first.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #656748
    Dr. Rao has stated: "Such people should not be allowed to continue their studies in the universities and Colleges where the government funds are available."------------Are they studying? If possible, they will indulge in anti-Government activities utilizing Government funds in the name of study till they reach sixty.

    They must continue their study inside Tihar. Nowadays, many inhabitants of Tihar are continuing their studies, using Government facilities.

    Come on, have a fight. Don't shoot and scoot.

  • #656749
    The overall situation of hearing the cases is not good & who knows that pressure being mounted on the government by the NGOs or with the other political parties may add to the delay in hearings. There is a big difference between what should have been the case & what is being happening on the ground level. Rahul Gandhi would soon be returning from his Dubai expedition & supporting those revolutionaries in order to gain some sympathy of the voters as we evident of the same earlier giving it the political color.

  • #656780
    It is definitely a good news. It is alright to fight for your right and justice and all sort of agitations are acceptable but those who do not honour their country and do not have respect for it are traitors and should be booked immediately.

    University is a place for education and gaining knowledge and not meant for holding unpatriotic things.

    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • #656899
    Is there a new twist to the whole issue with the ex ABVP Vice-President and Joint Secy claiming that the anti-national slogans were indeed a drama enacted by the ABVP to divert public attention from the Rohith Vemula episode? Reports that a media person was invited to the campus on that day by the ABVP unit and the register showing his entry into the campus may be read along with this claim. It also needs to be noted that Kanhaiya Kumar had earlier alleged ABVP hands in the whole issue. While it may be true that those who have been arrested in this connection may have raised anti-national slogans, it may have to be investigated whether there was a deliberate attempt to instigate them into doing so. The truth will come out only if a free and fair investigation is conducted.
    'Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance' - Confucious.

  • #656901
    To me, the issue is very simple. Whoever has raised anti-national slogan inside the campus, must be charged with sedition, irrespective of party affiliation.

    The issue is deliberately being made complex by the interested parties with dubious credentials.

    Come on, have a fight. Don't shoot and scoot.


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