New Delhi: Former Jawaharlal Nehru University student and Delhi University assistant professor, Kamlesh Narwana has called JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar a 'false revolutionary' and ridiculed his speech about his fight for 'dignity of women'.
While posting her views on her Facebook account, Narwana questioned a section of JNU faculty and students, who are hell bend to portray Kanhaiya as the ‘Bhagat Singh’ of this century.
While narrating her past encounter with Kanhaiya, Narwana wrote, “I am eligible to write this letter because I have an ugly encounter with this newly found Che Guevara of JNU and therefore I know his real face which I should definitely expose. I had my first and may be last encounter with this moron known as Kanahiya (the president of JNUSU) in June last year when he was urinating on road in JNU campus. When I objected, instead of saying sorry he not only shouted at me but also threatened me of dire consequence and suggested that I should take psychiatrist help. Being a JNUite, I filed a complained against him with JNU proctor office in June 2015. After enquiry, Chief Proctor and Vice-Chancellor of JNU found his behavior So unbecoming of a JNU student and fined Rs 3000.”
The assistant professor Institute of Home Economics Delhi University furtehr expressed shock to see how a misogynist like Kanhaiya is being hailed as revolutionary.
Narwana also took pot shots at the JNUSU president for repeatedly harping on his poor family background. Hitting out at Kanhaiya, the DU professor said: “In your (Kanhaiya) speech, you informed that you came from a very poor family where your mother’s monthly salary is 3000 rs per month. So Mr. Revolutionary! Do you really value her struggle?? You spend 3000 bucks as fine for ‘Public Urination’ and “harassing and threatening a girl’! Stop making a hue and cry about poverty of your family when you don’t even value their struggle. I also belong to a poor family. My mother has worked as an agriculture labourer for raising me and my 4 other siblings. I know what does “Dignity of female means.” We females, struggle at every step to uphold our dignity. When I see a male urinating in public place, I feel unsafe for me and my fellow females (forget about hygiene). I have seen how females are being molested on the pretext of public urination. This is what I tried to explain to you when your fragile male ego got hurt.”