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umar khalid finally surrenders .
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

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What a load of Bull Crap.. The guy who quit may be just trying to get some cheap fame by proving his sickular credentials or a pawn paid to resign by other channels wary of Zee News' success.

Indian Express is itself proven to be anti-national.. quite in league with these bastards of JNU.

They printed a headline "And they hanged Kasab"
Kanhaiya and his madarjaat friends say "judicial killing of Afzal Guru"


If you noticed the thought process is exactly the same.. verbiage too very similar. Ideally Supreme Court should have called it contempt of court and summoned IE.
This is insane anyone not agreeing with a particular set of thoughts is being termed 'Anti National' or Sickular.

If Zee news doctored those tapes, they should be facing sedition charges.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

I am all for dissenting voice against a particular government, a politican, an official, whoever; but I draw the line at anti-national statements.
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This is insane anyone not agreeing with a particular set of thoughts is being termed 'Anti National' or Sickular.
You don't shit where you eat .. it's not about agreeing with thoughts or any other thing.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Can someone summarize what is going on at JNU?
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Can someone summarize what is going on at JNU?
A group of JNU students gathered together and protested the year-old hanging of a terrorist... and made statements against India, including crushing India and attacking it again and again, till the loss of that terrorist is recovered.

Indians, of course, protested this and spread statements and thoughts against that group of students... on Facebook and Twitter

G'ment of India, which was so declaratively voted into government by the Indians, tried to arrest that group of students (or its leaders) and put them into jail.

Previous g'ment of India and many current literary and liberal leaders protested this jailing of students... bachche hai... they never said it... TV edited and presented wrong idea... what have you.

The group of students (or their leaders) have yet not gone back on what they have said. They still stand behind their words.

Indians are still asking for their blood... and now have included the blood of liberal and literary leaders and politicians.

Rahul Gandhi is still going around making weird statements. Last one I heard was, "women in India are at some point or other, dabaya jaate hai"... or something to that extent. You finally figure out why a gf in the west is called squeeze
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A group of JNU students gathered together and protested the year-old hanging of a terrorist... and made statements against India, including crushing India and attacking it again and again, till the loss of that terrorist is recovered.

Indians, of course, protested this and spread statements and thoughts against that group of students... on Facebook and Twitter

G'ment of India, which was so declaratively voted into government by the Indians, tried to arrest that group of students (or its leaders) and put them into jail.

Previous g'ment of India and many current literary and liberal leaders protested this jailing of students... bachche hai... they never said it... TV edited and presented wrong idea... what have you.

The group of students (or their leaders) have yet not gone back on what they have said. They still stand behind their words.

Indians are still asking for their blood... and now have included the blood of liberal and literary leaders and politicians.

Rahul Gandhi is still going around making weird statements. Last one I heard was, "women in India are at some point or other, dabaya jaate hai"... or something to that extent. You finally figure out why a gf in the west is called squeeze
Thank you! Makes perfect sense now. Although a little lost on the motive of the protest in the first place? Why protest the hanging now?
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Thank you! Makes perfect sense now. Although a little lost on the motive of the protest in the first place? Why protest the hanging now?
Same reason on why they light candles on the border every year. Maybe slave mentality is genetically embedded in some.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

On a funny note, apparently some one was asking "Why did the govt Slap a Seduction case on the student leader"
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Dabbakean bhai.. Doctored tape crap has been proven wrong.

Both papers Indian express, economic times and that choot who quit Zee News.. All proved wrong by Police and JNU VC.

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Mahishasur martyrdom day ?

http://zeenews.india.com/news/india/...t_1859153.html
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hahaha .. these opposition fools thought we will terrorize govt. Ulta pad gaya.. Irani ne nanga kar ke diya KLPD.

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(It would be great if the empty areas on the sides could somehow be cropped off)


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^^
Looks like you wrote the last para.
Right from the Bihar assembly erections thread.

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