Kanhaiya Kumar Gets a Heroes Welcome at JNU Delhi Campus After 'Azaadi' !

Slogans of Azaadi are shouted on JNU campus as Kanhaiya returns.

Welcomed like a returning hero on campus, Kanhaiya Kumar unleashed an incensed assault on the government and the Sangh. Talking before a jam packed student crowd, Kanhaiya Kumar sprinkled his discourse with diverting insults and snide corresponds. Including that he was readied for a long battle, he yelled motto of azaadi, including that he didn't have any hard feelings against the ABVP, who they considered the opposition.


"The attack on the JNU is a planned attack. This attack is to de-legitimise the UGC protest and to prevent justice to Rohith Vemula. The fight which was initiated by Rohith Vemula, all of you and peace-loving people in the country, will be pursued by us and we'll win this battle," he said. "I would like to thank everyone at the JNU. All the people , whether media, political people, non civil society , who stood for saving JNU and those who want justice for Rohith Vemula, I want to salute them," he said.

He included that he trusted that the assault on JNU was a planned one to delegitimise the UGC dissent and weaken equity for Rohith (Vemula). Including that Swamy (Subramanian) and the Sangh had assaulted JNU some time recently, he took burrows at Modi contrasting the administration's guarantees to bring back the black money to the individuals who show enchantment traps that are illusions. He included that they never needed flexibility from India yet from those plundering India.

Affirming his confidence in democracy and the Constitution, he said that at whatever point the decision government has attempted to abuse the general population of this nation, JNU has raised its voice against the persecution.

Declaring that there was a distinction in ‘freedom from nation and freedom within the nation’, the JNUSU president said that students at the varsity have dependably remained for opportunity from radicalism and fundamentalism.

Disposing off the bail petition of a single judge bench of Justice Pratibha Rani stated, "I consider this as a kind of infection from which such students are suffering which needs to be controlled/cured before it becomes an epidemic. Whenever some infection is spread in a limb, effort is made to cure the same by giving antibiotics orally and if that does not work, by following second line of treatment. Sometimes it may require surgical intervention also. However, if the infection results in infecting the limb to the extent that it becomes gangrene, amputation is the only treatment."

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