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Monday, February 15, 2016

WE NEED NOT EVIDENCE OF PATRIOTISM: SITARAM YECHURI CPI

By on Monday, February 15, 2016

The Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, released a statement on the issue of shouting slogans against country in JNU at Delhi on Sunday. He said, “Whatever is going on in JNU campus has been the backing by terrorist Hafeez Saeed.”
Sita Ram Yechuri, leader of CPM, reacting on Rajnath said, “We need not the lesson of patriotism by murderers of Gandhi.”
Rajnath Singh said during a programme at Allahabad, "The incident of JNU had been by the backing of Hafeez Sayeed, the chief of Lashkar-e-Tayyaba.” He said whatever happened in JNU was ill-fated.

Sitaram Yechuri, CPM leader, has reacted on the statement of home minister. he said, “We need not the evidence of patriotism by anybody; we need not the lesson of patriotism by the killer of Bapu. The people with RSS have no faith on democracy. If the home minister has the evidence of allegations, he can take action.”
The home minister said clearly, “The stern action will be taken against them whoever is found guilty in JNU case, but the innocent people will not tormented anyhow.”
Rajnath has appealed with all the political parties that, if anybody with nationalism stands on any place, everybody should stand together. He slammed the politics on the issue.
The BJP leader Shahnwaz Hussain, has supported the statement of home minister on the issue. He said if the slogans are shouted “Pakistan Jindabad”, there must be Pakistan behind this. He also alleged Rahul Gandhi for the politicizing the issue. He said, “If there were shouting slogans ‘Pakistan Jindabad’ in JNU, there would be backing hand of Pakistan. None of these are raising voice against the complimentary lyrics of Pakistan which was sung, and Rahul is playing politics on the issue. Should the Naxalite language be allowed? The expression of thought doesn’t mean that the anti-national talk can be allowed.”
RajNath had said on Saturday whoever speaks ‘Pakistan Jindabad, will go jail. The state home minister Kiran Rijiju told the incident at JNU was ill-fated. He said the JNU will not be now the possession of anti-national activities.

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