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Pappu’s protégé Kanhaiya played with the emotions of Sikhs

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Kanhaiya tried to save Congress on 1984 anti-Sikh riots

The new entrant in the Congress party  and JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar compared the alleged onslaught on varsities with Gujarat riots alleging both of them were carried out “with support” from state machinery even as he stressed that there is a fundamental difference between “emergency” and “fascism”.

The anti-national Kanhaiya saves Congress on Sikh massacre

Pappu’s protégé Kanhaiya mentioned about the 2002 Gujrat and 1984 anti-Sikh riots and gave his expert comment that the both were different. He told that the Gujrat riots were carried out by the states’ machinery. He further told that the government of Gujrat had hatched the conspiracy for the riots and everything had done by the government’s directions.

But he told that the 1984 anti-Sikh riots were different as they were caused due to mob frenzy. The statement of Kanhaiya has proved that he has been getting the support from the Congress party. Moreover, he is properly speaking the scripted dialogue of his boss Rahul Gandhi.

He said, “There is a fundamental difference between a mob killing a common man and massacring people through state machinery. Therefore, the threat of communal fascism we are faced with today, there is an attack being launched on universities, because like Hitler, Modi ji doesn’t have support from intellectuals in India.”

Kanhaiya insulted the feelings of Sikh community

The entire world knows that the 1984 anti-Sikh riots were carried out by the Congress party leaders. There are a lot of sufficient proofs against the culprits Congress leaders, Sajjan Kumar and Jadgish Tytler. The eye witness of the riots openly reveals the names of Congress leaders who directed the mob to attack Sikhs in the capital. The JNUSU president has not only insulted the feelings of Sikh community but even he has supported the Congress party. If his thoughts are liberal then why Kanhaiya commented in support of the Congress party?

Reference:

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/kanhaiya-kumar-jnusu-president-2002-gujrat-riots1984-sikh-riots/

 

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Congress planted Kanhaiya to visit Hyderabad

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Sponsored the flight and accommodation to JNUSU president

The JNUSU president, Kanhaiya Kumar visited Hyderabad University on the directions of his new boss, Rahul Gandhi who is behind the making of Kanhaiya.

Kanhaiya visited the varsity on the directions of Congress so that the dalit scholar’s Rohit Vemula suicide could be properly politicised as Kanhaiya has emerged as a notorious personality in the country after the JNU row.

Anti-national Congress behind anti-national Kanhaiya     

The JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar recently met the vice president of Congress, Rahul Gandhi at his residence in Delhi. Rahul had confirmed the meeting with Kanhaiya on his Twitter also.

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The rival of Congress has termed the visit of Kanhaiya, a sponsored visit by Congress so that the anti-national feelings could be spread among the country men.

BJP launched verbal attack on Congress and said the dalit scholar had committed suicide because of the anti-dalit policies of the Congress. The party’s national general Secretary, Shrikant Sharma told the media, “It is the policies of Congress government which led to so many suicides in Hyderabad Central University, including that of Vemula. Our government has taken measures to ensure that corrective action is taken. Now Congress is trying to deflect attention from its failure by allying with a person accused of anti-national acts,” party National Secretary Shrikant Sharma said. Nine students before Vemula had also ended their lives at the university, he said.

Congress sponsored Kanhaiya’s tour, sponsored ticket too

Kanhaiya along with the other members visited Hyderabad and the entire tour was sponsored by Congress. Moreover, the air ticket was also gifted by Rahul Gandhi to the JNUSU president. One cannot believe that a person whose father is paralysed and mother earns Rs 3000 per month can afford an air ticket from Delhi to Hyderabad which costs around Rs 15,000 approximately.

 

Reference:

http://www.firstpost.com/india/hyderabad-university-on-the-boil-kanhaiya-kumar-determined-to-speak-to-students-v-c-rao-wont-allow-it-2692458.html?utm_source=FP_TOP_NEWS