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Old February 17th, 2016, 04:16 AM
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Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Yes .

After all , the JNU students are living off tax payers money as they are thriving on state subsidies . And inspite of living on the money of Indian tax payers , they are shouting anti national slogans and indulging in anti national activity .

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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Also , too long the Modi government has been on the defensive in the face of aggressive moves to attack it---like in the case it the 'intolerance' controversy and the 'award wapasi' drama or the Rohith Vemula suicide . If this continues , then those who attack it will have the initiative all for themselves and the government will soon lose out popularity even among it's core constituency as it will seen as ineffective . Somewhere , sometime , the government has to take a strong stand .

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Old February 17th, 2016, 06:20 AM
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

jadavpur university joins the anti national tirade---

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/i...w/51026276.cms
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Old February 17th, 2016, 07:49 AM
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

I actually put a note on this in what's up since i thought ECians did not think it serious enough to discuss.

Havent answered the poll because there are a couple of grey areas and all the sides are hiding them.

- Action against slogan shouters including the sedition case- yes - Totally justified.
- Arresting the student union leader - No - Particularly when he claims that he went there to 'resolve the situation'. If he was in anyway involved in organizing this or any hand in this, then action should be taken against him too.
- 'Freedom of expression' pitch raised by sickulars - Does not apply here. One of the first amendments in the constitution was to introduce a 'reasonable restriction clause'. Shouting anti national slogans is on the other side of the fence.

Else, as i have said earlier, JNU is the factory of Arundhati Roys. The government can as well stop funding it and let the NDA cadets get their degree from elsewhere.
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Angry Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

The real grey area is the 'abscondingation' of Umer Khalil the Kashmiri dreg who even appeared on various channels claiming Afzal's hanging was a 'Judicial death', in effect, a legal murder.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

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jadavpur university joins the anti national tirade---

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/i...w/51026276.cms
Havent bothered to read the link, but not surprising at all. Expected in WB - From Left to Mamta didi (Mumtaz?)
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The real grey area is the 'abscondingation' of Umer Khalil the Kashmiri dreg who even appeared on various channels claiming Afzal's hanging was a 'Judicial death', in effect, a legal murder.
Actually deserves a contempt of court case.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Brought ck a couple of memories regarding JNU. will post in those threads separately.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Main issue is commie intellectuals and profs (supported by Congress) are fighting for their lassssst bastion. After this everything is as they say "Wover".

This is fast turning against commies and congressi since no one will appreciate anti-nation sloganeering. RaGa is biggest chutiya digging grave of his party by supporting crap like this.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Girish Karnad says that he should be allowed to say that "I wish India gets divided into bits". He says it's "freedom of expression" & not a crime unless & until he turns violent.

Where are these advocates of "freedom of expression" when NSA is invoked on a man for issuing statement that Mo may have been the 1st homo. Or when a lady journo in Mumbai went into hiding because her Urdu newspaper reproduced Charlie hebedo cartoons. And other sickular incidents from sickular citadels like WB & Kerala.

These sickulars come out like frogs do during rains. And I used to like their works as artists (or whatever they are). Swara Bhaskar of Tanu weds Manu is another one.

Reality is they don't like the current establishment & 1 men in particular. Most people know this but modi should speak-up too. 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".

Modi should issue a statement letting general public know this & ask them to beware of the sickular desings. His voters did not vote for him to maintain a "dignified silence like a king".

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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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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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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

I am living in India and I see the nonsense that goes on in the media. Every news is converted into an op-ed and heavy spin is applied.

In the case of JNU, its a clear case of 'hate speech' - hate speech against India!

The Congress is playing dirty games, so much so, that they engineered this nonsense right in the Make In India week; just to shame India.

The 'secular' media is so perverted that one day they will be the reason for a total polarization of the people in India as people will finally lose their patience and tolerance.


Anyway, this has been happening all these years... and hopefully Modi will curb it.
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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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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

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hahaha .. these opposition fools thought we will terrorize govt. Ulta pad gaya.. Irani ne nanga kar ke diya KLPD.

Only Samajwadi party has a sensible stance in the opposition, rest have their heads up their ass.
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