Heading towards JNU Support, says Government is scared of my words: Rahul Gandhi

Heading towards JNU Support, says Government is scared of my words: Rahul Gandhi

By: Shan
24 Feb 2016

“I will speak for definitely, but I know that the government is scared of what I am going to speak in the Parliament,” says Rahul Gandhi.
 
An intense debate is likely to be patented in the Lok-Sabha over the rising topic on Jawaharlal Nehru University. To add on this, Congress Vice President, Mr. Rahul Gandhi has come up with his statement in support of the JNU students, those who are protesting from the past few days against the arrest of their Union Leader Kanhaiya Kumar.
 
Brushing asides the various debates that have been involved between the BJP government and the JNU students; Rahul Gandhi is obstinate in challenging the BJP government by support the JNU students.The protest over the JNU Union leader has outstretched a big controversy among the politics, enlightening different facets of the current issue. Apart from the statement, Rahul Gandhi is also showing his concern towards the rising interferences in terms of the conservative ideology as advocated by RSS in the education sector of the Country. Moreover, Mr. Gandhi is strongly bringing the situation before the committee members of the Congress working on Monday in order to let them come forward to support the integrity of the JNU by standing firmly for the protesting students and let them free from the sedition charges.
 
Mr. Venkaiah Naidu, who is the Minister of the Parliamentary Affairs also have stated that everyone has got every tight to raise any debate or concern in the house, but not necessary to bring it outside. Also he added that “Government now is ready to talk about each and every issue in every context without any hesitation”.
 
“The proof against the accused JNU Union leader, Kanhaiya is not been coming out,” says Mr. Sharma. The working members of the Congress Committee over this issue have also said that the BJP government is unnecessarily spreading the misinformation and blaming for character assassination, and would be better if this issue is ended up with a clean resolute, understanding the JNU Students concern.
 


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