I think it appropriate to quote here a sentence which court has used in its order of bail.
“the thoughts reflected in the slogans raised by some of the students of JNU who organised and participated in that programme cannot be claimed to be protected as fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression”, and that the court would “consider this as a kind of infection which needs to be controlled/cured before it becomes an epidemic”.
Court has now shut the mouth of sympathisers of Kanhaiya Kumar and other students who were anti-india-slogan-shouters. Politicians like Rahul Gandhi, Arvind Kejriwal, Nitish Kumar, Sonia Gandhi ,Kapil sibbal, Yachuri Should feel ashamed and beg excuse from the country in general and from students in community in particular for misguiding and misleading them for their vested political interest.
I could never imagine that these politicians as named above could become so much mean minded and selfish that they started supporting even Anti-nationals. They did not hesitate and their soul did not stop them in tarnishing image of the country . They committed a unpardonable blunder and country will never excuse them. They should sincerely read the full judgement of the Delhi High Court and introspect and then assess whether they were wrong in showing sympathy to Kanhaiya Kumar and his brigade in JNU.
Politicians should always keep in mind that their purpose of political life is not only to tarnish the image of government or of Mr. Narendra Modi or to criticise BJP or RSS only.
A Politician who is elected by votes is supposed to think first for the country , then for his party and and lastly for himself. Opposition to ruling party does not mean to oppoose every act and every view of ruling government and does not mean to support anti-nationals only because they are condemned by ruling party members. It is not proper for members of opposition parties to support enmey country and seek support of ISI or Enemy country to remove an duly elcted governent in India.
I reiterate that students who were involved in JNU event on 10th Fab 2016 and who were anti-india-slogan-shouters are not at all students but undoubtdly appear to be Anti-nationals and similarly political leaders and individuals who were supporting those students in the name of freedom of expression are equally guilty of a crime called as sedition. I hope they will introspect at least in ligh of Delhi High Court order and regret openly . Otherwise they do not have moral to remain in politics and there is no doubt in saying they are not less than traitors and country should be beware of such evil minded persons.
I condemn media men who were shouting loudly to suppress the voice of BJP leaders BJP spokesmen, ex-servicemen and all individuals who considered anti-India slogan shouters as traitors or agents of traitors and equivalent to anti- Nationals. It is anchors and promoters of some TV channels and editors of some newspapers who created a hype in sympathy to Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and other anti-India slogan shouters by repeatedl telecasting a fake, fabricated and doctored video .
I feel sad and take an opportunity to condemn those persons who were as usual trying to change the focus from evil acts of students to over-reactive advocates who manhandled Kanhaiya Kumar. I condemn sympathisers of Kanhaiya Kumar who in an effort to dilute the criminality or justify the action of Kanhaiya Kumar and his co-accused trying to give examples of other crime . It is proper to mention here that crime committed by a a person does not give right another person to commit crime. And in th eyes of Law, persons commiting crime, promoting commission of crime or inciting crime , all are equally punishable.
I am sad to observe that even talented intellectuals became victim of misinformation campaign launched by dirty media and evil minded politicians. They could also not trust actual scene and true video which they sow from their naked eyes on TV channels but became victim of fabricated news of doctored video which was willfully constructed by evil minded persons to confuse police and court.
I may be pro-Modi or pro-Rahul, I may be Modi-Bhakt or Rahul BHakt, I may be Pro-BJP or pro-Congress Party , I may be leftist or rightist, I may be Hindu or Muslim , I have several option to choose and pick my choice for my loyalty to an individual or a political party or a religion. But I am an Indian and I should be Pro-India and I should love my India as I love my mother. There is no second option on this matte. And hence whoever shouts slogans against Mother India or who indirectly promotes such slogans and such anti-national activities directly or indirectly are guilty of Mother India and must be taken to task as per law.
I laugh at those so-called clever politicians , mediamen and individuals who are celebrating aforesaid order of bail given by High court as their victory and citing the decision of granting a conditional bail as proof of innocence of Kanhaiya Kumar and vindication of their evil stand on this issue.
I therfore quote below the lines used by learned Judge in order granting bail to accused.
"Whenever some infection is spread in a limb, effort is made to cure the same by giving antibiotics orally and if that does not work, by following second line of treatment. Sometimes it may require surgical intervention also. However, if the infection results in infecting the limb to the extent that it becomes gangrene, amputation is the only treatment." "During the period spent by the petitioner in judicial custody, he might have introspected about the events that had taken place. To enable him to remain in the main stream, at present I am inclined to provide conservative method of treatment."
It is fortunate and praiseworthy that learned Judge has taken a lenint view on the crime committed by Kanhaiya and his friend students in view of poor background of his family and given an opportunity to him to modify himself. Indirectly Court has sent a clear message to all politicians and individuals who were shouting in sympathy to accused students and who were talking of Right of Freedom of Expression .
I like to say here that police officials were doing their duty in right and most suitable and proper way despite the fact that evil-minded politicians and even Delhi govenmnt left no stone unturned to malign the image of police and specially police commissioner Mr. Bassi. I like to praise the action taken by Police who instead of student movement against police did ther job effectively .
I condemn Mr. Kejriwal Delhi CM who for the sake of political gain challenging Modi and advising Modi not to fight with students (even if students are indulged in anti-national activities._ Keriwal should investigate why accused students are in JNU hostals for years and deccades . He should inquire after all what Mr. Umar Khalid has been doing for last seven years in JNU and what is his motto. He should know about role of teachers of JNU . And then say whether he was right or wrong in standing along with accused students when they came out with a procession to protect police and the central government.
People who were criticising police on the basis of doctored video or on the ground of emotional issues should know that process of police investigation starts from arresting persons of doubtful integrity and collecting and scrutinising all available evidnces, witnesses and videos. Police had collected seven video clips and only two of them were found doctored . Court after looking all aspects and after hearing all logics and substances produced by advocate of accused came to conclusion that the act of accused students are not act of freedom of expression but equivalent to anti-national activity only.
I think it proper to quote below the linings used by learned judges in their order granting conditional bail to accused Kanhaiya Kumar and others.
“The feelings or the protest reflected in these slogans need introspection by the student community,” said the bench, adding that the faculty of JNU also “has to play its role in guiding them to the right path so that they can contribute to the growth of the nation and to achieve the object and vision for which Jawaharlal Nehru University was established.”
Observing that Kanhaiya in his bail plea had raised the issue of freedom of speech and expression, the bench noted that Kumar belonged to the “intellectual class” and had a “political affiliation and ideology”. “He has every right to pursue that but it can be only within the framework of our Constitution,” held the court, which has also said that students have “to be reminded that under Part IV under Article 51 A of the Constitution of India fundamental duties of every citizen have been specified, along with the fact that rights and duties are two sides of the same coin.”
“The reason behind anti-national views in the mind of students who raised slogans on the death anniversary of Afzal Guru, who was convicted for attack on our Parliament, which led to this situation have not only to be found by them but remedial steps are also required to be taken in this regard by those managing the affairs of the JNU so that there is no recurrence of such incident,”
JNU row: Kanhaiya gets bail and a lesson on thoughfts that ‘infect… (like) gangrene’-Indian Express
Kumar was arrested on February 12 on charges of sedition and criminal conspiracy after alleged “anti-national” slogans were raised on the JNU campus on February 9.
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