'Pakistan zindabad' slogans at JNU: Rajnath Singh, Smriti Irani to order action against 'anti-nationals'?

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'Pakistan zindabad' slogans at JNU: Rajnath Singh, Smriti Irani to order action against 'anti-nationals'?
Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Concerned over anti-national activities at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), East Delhi's MP and BJP's national secretary Maheish Girri on Thursday wrote to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, HRD Minister Smriti Irani and Delhi's Police Commissioner Bassi.

In his letters, Maheish Girri has requested them to take stern action against the students who raised anti-national slogans - 'Pakistan Zindabad', etc - in JNU.

Maheish Girri has requested Rajnath Singh to give directions to Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi to file an FIR against organisations behind the event.

Any anti-national activity shouldn't be allowed in any educational institute at any cost," the East Delhi MP said.

Also, he said that he will file a complaint at DCP's South Delhi Office on Thursday.

"Let's make it clear that if any student inflicts self harm after disciplinary action, govt shouldn't be held responsible. Enough of Drama. (sic)," Maheish Girri tweeted.

JNU administration has already ordered a "disciplinary" enquiry into holding of an event on campus against the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru despite cancellation of permission saying any talk about countrys disintegration cannot be "national".

 

The student organisers of the event had pasted posters across the campus inviting them to gather for a protest march against "judicial killing of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhatt" and in solidarity with "struggle of Kashmiri people for their democratic right to self determination" at varsity's Sabarmati dhaba.

 

Here are the letters:-

 

Have written letters to Hon'ble Home Minister Rajnath Singh Ji, Hon'ble HRD Minister Smt. Smriti Irani Ji & Delhi Police...

Posted by Maheish Girri on Thursday, 11 February 2016

First Published: Thursday, February 11, 2016 - 18:21
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