The purpose of the gathering at JNU was to provoke a reaction from the government. If the
mob had truly wished to honour an executed terrorist, there were plenty of ways to do so
quietly. The students protesting in the bandwagon were unaware that while they
demonstrated a patriotic opinion , they slid through the fact that shouting slogans like
“Bharat ki barbadi” and “tukde” will only sow the seeds of doubt in the judicial minds of
While many politicians gave their piece of mind this is what Arvind Kejriwal had to say…
“Del Pol openly flouting SC orders. Bassi acting so brazenly. What is source of his
confidence? What instructions does he have from his bosses,” Kejriwal tweeted. –The
country is trying to give its best shot at various field, these people are trying to pull it
down. If such cases are given importance they would rise more. Government should learn
to ignore cases which are of not much importance, but rather action should be taken if
such issues threaten the country. We have other important things to do.
5-10 thousand crore is being spent on institutions like JNU & IISER but about other 10000
institutions in India where 95% student are studying. They get very less money. Even I am
a part of the same faction.
The Constitution states
“ Words and speech can be criminalised and punished only in situations where it is being used to incite mobs or crowds to violent action”. Period.
Can we count on these bright young minds or hypothetically reframing
the pun to “Are they sound minds” ?