Few thugs of JNU
Jawaharlal Nehru University has the reputation of producing some of finest scholars of the nation.
The gems of the university in the past have bought glory to the nation in many occasions globally.
The university which gets financial assistance from the central government to produce brilliant and patriotic minds have of late has been in wrong side of the story due to few thugs (students) of the university. Those thugs are earning dubious name for the university as they are using the university campus as the breeding ground of the anti national elements. In the past notorious and dreadful Afzal Guru was hailed as hero by some students along with few professors with the walls of the campus. The infamous so called ‘tukde tukde gang’ is very much active within the university campus whose solo aim is to destabilize the nation. Their royalty to neighbouring Pakistan is already known to all. Now the recent decision of the thug gang of not recognising Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India is their another attempt to harp on the constitution of India. Those thugs of JNU must be reminded that JNU is very much part of the country though their roots of origin is doubtful.
Dr Ashim Chowdhury,
The pull out of BJP from PDF led government in Jammu and Kashmir recently is the right decision.
Though it was overdue but finally better sense prevailed among the top brass leaders of saffron party. I again second the decision of the imposition of the President’s rule by the centre in the Himalayan state. At the same breathe one must condemn centre for extending ceasefire offer during the holy month of Ramadan as during that period our Army’s operations against the militants and home grown enemies came to halt. Prior to the ceasefire our Defence forces achieved to neutralise many dreaded terrorists coming from the other side of the border. Now after the imposition of the President’s rule many shocking facts have come to light. Now one can expect Operation Allout will again steam and momentum and will be able to sanitise the beautiful state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Of course there would be some heartburn for few ‘super secularist leaders ‘ like Ghulam Nabi Azad,
Saifuddin Soz, Manish Tiwari, Mani Shankar Aiyyer and Digvijay Singh.