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Old February 20th, 2016, 07:46 AM
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Peacepai, there is always something in the fine print which can be used by the 'other party'. Like in your statement i can find something

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Originally Posted by PeaceSeeker View Post
If an student commits suicide in a hyderabad Univ, he is responsible (where trs is in power). If a student is arrested in a Delhi univ, he is responsible (because Delhi police is under centre). The reasons & story behind those incidents is forgotten. And the focus is to prove that "this happened because of him".
University of Hyderabad actually is a part of Centre like JNU (it is known as Central University by Hyderabadis). But as mny have pointed out. All the guys in the Univ were appointed by Congress.

Modi is already the 'Most Advised' PM. With both supporters and opponents advising him. But he is doing good in pursuing his higher agenda and not getting involved in such petty quarrels. As you said, why should he answer if one student commits suicide.
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