We are not asking freedom from India but asking freedom in India: JNU Kanhaiya Kumar
NEW DELHI: JNU leader Kanhaiya Kumar claimed that we are not asking freedom from India but asking freedom in India during his speech at JNU.
He claimed that we want freedom from corruption, starvation, poverty, caste system and from those who are looting the nation.
He claimed that PM Narendra Modi talk about expression of freedom but doesn’t listen and blamed him that he wear a black cap of Mussolini.
He thanked the people, media and authorities who supported him and stood along with JNU.
He also claimed to fight for other two students who have been arrested under sedition charges.
He said “We will fight for Umar and Anirban. Let the court decide what is ‘deshdroh’ (anti-national) and what is ‘deshbhakti’ (patriotism), Madam Smriti Irani will not decide this because we are not her children.”
Kumar is a PhD scholar who was arrested over sedition charges in connection with JNU event where students allegedly raised anti India slogans and hold an event to express solidarity with Afzal Guru accused for 2001 parliament attacks.
The Delhi high court accepted his bail for six months at Rs. 10,000 bond on Thursday.
The Delhi police claimed that they have proofs of Kanhaiya’s involvement in the JNU event but could not produce at court.