“What happened in JNU on 9 February was unacceptable not only in the eyes of our judiciary but also by a patriot. Delhi Police has “ample evidence” against Kanhaiya, who had violated the law”, said BS Bassi, Delhi Police Commissioner
If any academic institution cannot be permitted to be a hub of anti-national activities then how can it be permitted to state’s chief minister to safeguard the anti-national elements?
“Kanhaiya is innocent and he did not break the law. Innocent students and reporters became victim by OP Sharma. Why is he still free?” said Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi
Nationalist Slogans at Patiala House
When a group of patriot lawyers chanted nationalist slogans like “Vande Mataram” and “Bharat Mata ki Jai”, in Patiala House Court yesterday against Kanhaiya Kumar and other anti-national elements. Arvind kejriwal took an ‘anti-national’ stand by voicing his support for the JNU students, calling them innocent. He is the same man who had raised his voice through tweeter when police took action against the anti-Indian activity in JNU, but was sitting quite when those anti-Indian slogans were being raised.
“People who raised anti-India slogans like “Pakistan Zindabad” have been projected as heroes & we are being addressed as “Gundas”, Why?” questioned Vikram Chauhan to the Delhi Chief Minister.
Hypocrisy & anti-national nature of Kejriwal could be understood when he had threatened to disrupt the Republic Day celebrations by holding a ‘dharna’ for the reason that he had not been invited for the event. What sort of respect Kejriwal has for our institutions and for the sacrifices of our soldiers, our freedom fighters and our people? What is the guarantee that Kejriwal won’t support anti-national elements, just to defame his opponents and create media-hype?
As a true Indian, Kejriwal should understand that anybody who is associated with anti-nationals is treated as “anti-national” only. He should think beyond his vote bank politics and not compromise national unity and integrity.