Published On: Thu, Apr 28th, 2016

JNU ‘’ Hub of Anti-National Activities’’ says Internal Dossier

Jawaharlal Nehru University has been hub of anti-national activities. When we look back two decades at JNU union president Kanhaiya Kumar and his comrades were learning basics of algebra, grammar of politics. Who is he now let question be curve it for further consequences.

Jawaharlal Nehru University student union leader Kanhaiya Kumar makes a speech to fellow students after being released on bail at the university campus, in New Delhi, India, Thursday, March 3, 2016. Kanhaiya was facing sedition charges following protests where anti-India slogans were allegedly shouted. (AP Photo /Tsering Topgyal)

On 7 February, 1996, Badal Ghana Chakravorty, Associate Professor, Department of German, wrote a letter to JNU registrar with subject- ‘’ Rampat anti-national activities of the agents of Pakistan on JNU campus.

Chakravorty letter explain

Letter stated that, ‘’the agents of Pakistan have become vigorously assertive on the issue of Kashmir in recent times. The valley of Kashmir, following total physical liquidation of all the no-Muslims has practically become an all-Muslim territory. This has emboldened the agents of Pakistan on JNU campus to intensity their vicious campaign for full-scale secession of Kashmir from India’’.

JNU ‘’ Hub of Anti-National Activities’’ says Internal Dossier

The letter forms a part of compilation of proof to stress on how JNU has been centre of intense anti-national activities for long time and how the university administration had turned a blind eye to it.

JNU Administration

Last year, group of teachers submitted document consist of articles, speeches, posters and also press release by Delhi police’’ highlighting the presence of anti-national elements on campus’’.

On such press release, dated 10 April 1991 reads, ‘’ the Delhi police has uncovered a major international conspiracy involving person based in UK, Canada, USA and Nepal, working at the behest of elements in Pakistan funding militancy in J&K and recovered Rs 16.27 lakhs with documents.

In April 2000, an Indo-Pak Mushaira was organized in JNU campus ostensibly as poetic event, but actually to malign and belittle the Indian Victory in the Kargil war of 1999. Two army majors witness pro-Pakistan slogans, they were beaten up by student when they opposed it.

Kashmir needs no sensitivity Kashmir demands Azadi, report submitted by group of interlocutors for J&K reeks of Indian state’s big nation chauvinism, Article 370 or special status can no longer contain Kashmir’s aspirations for freedom.