Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Close down JNU - a 'radical' solution suggested by Mr. Chandan Mitra, a BJP M.P.

Although it is a waste to read the article written by Mr. Chndan Mitra, it reflect the kind of hatred BJP has against JNU.

Today's (February 17, 2016) incident of hitting Kanhaiya Kumar in the Court also reflects the same sentiment.

Lawlesness is the result of government's inability to act against vandalism in the name of nationalism or religion. It is unfortunate that the this government has failed to handle JNU crisis sensitively. It has created a mountain of a molehill. Perhaps the sentiment expressed in the article has driven government action.

Is it the real India? Perhaps not. This is a transitory phase. India is always tolerent and will remain tolerant.

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