JNU ( Jawaharlal Nehru University) has become a hub of all controversies in recent times.
Now an anti-India poster has resurfaced again and the Facebook page of Democratic Students’ Union and the group is angry that the poster has been removed. In a Facebook post, it described the removal as having being done because of RSS and saffron media:
Under the orders of the Sangh Parivar and saffron media, the JNU administration has ordered the removal of our poster on Kashmir.
At this time of rising attack by the saffron forces in universities, we must resist this attack.
LET US TALK ABOUT KASHMIR, LET US TALK ABOUT BASTAR AND THE WAR ON PEOPLE
LET US FIGHT AGAINST BRAHMANICAL HINDUTVA FASCISM!
This poster was actually first put in August 2016 but later it was removed and now again it has been removed causing heartburns in the student group.
The removal of the poster in JNU has been criticized by the group:
DSU earlier had Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and others in its fold. They are the same people who had organised a protest rally on February 9, 2016, against the hanging of Parliament attack mastermind Afzal Guru and Kashmiri separatist Maqbool Bhat. But the students also won support from many political groups who believed that this was their freedom of speech.
There is a raging debate in India on freedom of speech but should such acts be allowed in a University which is funded by the Indian nationals when the poster talks about the disintegration of India?