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Arun Jaitley slams opposition over JNU, says hate speech can't be part of free speech

Parliament on Thursday debated and discussing the burning issues of JNU row and Rohith Vemula's suicide. Here is all what happened:-


Arun Jaitley slams opposition over JNU, says hate speech can't be part of free speech

New Delhi: Parliament on Thursday debated and discussing the burning issues of JNU row and Rohith Vemula's suicide. Here is all what happened:-

- We cannot tolerate such anti-national activities in our campuses, we cannot allow our youth to be misled: Venkaiah Naidu in Lok Sabha 

- It is the geography and territory of India which is being attacked today: Arun Jaitley in Rajya Sabha

- No one should camouflage the offence that took place in JNU: Arun Jaitley

- There can't be a single ideology, Arun Jaitley hits out at opposition parties

- Sec 124A (sedition law) says words spoken are enough, claims Arun Jaitley while condemning 'bharat ki barbaadi', 'bharat ke tukde hazaar honge' slogans 

- Debate is being side tracked from real issues, says Arun Jaitley

- There is no respectability for those who wants to destroy India 

- Vandalism in court premises is condemnable but is sedition a free speech?

- Can hate speech be a part of free speech, asks Arun Jaitley debate in Rajya Sabha on JNU row

- How can we respect those who want to break India, asks Arun Jaitley in Rajya Sabha

- We are entitled to be criticised but real issues shouldn't be sidelined, says Arun Jaitley

- Arun Jaitley slams event on Afzal Guru in JNU campus, condemns anti-national slogans

- JNU students who are arrested, absconding have ultra Left thought, says Arun Jaitley

From Zee News

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