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Friday, February 12, 2016

CPI CRITICIZED ARREST OF STUDENTS UNION PRESIDENT AT JNU

By on Friday, February 12, 2016
The begun politics after the programme organized in protest against hanging of Afzal Guru terrorist in the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University is in its momentum. The Delhi police, taking action against the president of students union have arrested Kanhaiya Kumar.
The students of ABVP at the BHU on Friday were protesting against anti-India slogans, the programe organized for the Afzal Guru and the founder of the JKLF in the JNU.
ABVP STUDENTS AT BHU IN VARANASI-- PHOTO BY SHIVAM SHARMA
Mr. D Raja, expressing his objection on police action, targeted the government and the RSS. He said, “The RSS don't teach the lesson of patriotism to the Left. The Delhi police are tormenting the university students through the ABVP. They should not target the whole Left.”
CPI leader said, “Nobody can raise question on the history of AISF. When the AISF was fighting for the independence; where were the ABVPs?”
On the arrest of president of students union Kanhaiya Kumar by Delhi police Mr Raja said, “We are not satisfied with the action of police. The police should take action on those who shouted slogans against the country. They must not target the student of the AISA and the AISF. The fear by this way cannot be spreaded among the students.”
The cultural-evening was organized on Tuesday in the JNU in commemoration of founder of J&K Liberation Front, Maqbool Butt and the terrorist Afzal Guru in attack on Parliament.
 The 10 students of the Democratic Students Union had organized the programme on the death anniversary of Afzal Guru. The ABVP, expressing the protest, did ruckus and the situation turned into the manhandling. The university administration called police to control the situation. During this activity anti-India slogans were shouted.


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