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Need to control leftist ideology infection in JNU campus, says former National ABVP President

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What happened in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus and arrest of its Students’ Union President is the manifestation of anti-national ideology infection, said Milind Marathe, Professor of KJ Somaya College, Mumbai during a meeting organized by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad(ABVP) at Hotel Classic here today.
While appreciating the ‘free thinking culture of JNU campus ’, Milind Marathe told the gathering that many occasions of anti-national activities are going inside the premise of the varsity since the middle of 1990s. The incident of February 9, when “anti-national” slogans were allegedly raised during a cultural evening event on the campus, is just one of such occasion.
Milind, who is also the former National President of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), has the observation that wherever leftists are active such programs are happening. The current, President of JNU Students’ Union Kanhaiya Kumar- is also a member of All India Students Federation (AISF), which is the student’s wing of Communist Party of India (CPI), India’s second-largest Left party.
Milind also said that “I don’t blame him (Kanhaiya Kumar); he is just a puppet of the party which he belongs.”
JNU is a unique university that encourages an atmosphere of free thinking and innovative ideas; inter living of faculty and students, and high quality education at low cost. But these three ideologies indirectly promote western values and culture, said the main speaker of the meeting.
“JNU is suffering from infection and need to control,” Milind quoted a judgment of High Court regarding the infamous JNU row.
While highlighting the need for a stringent Sedition Law in every independent country, Milind said the Article 19(1) (a) of the Constitution of India guarantees all its citizen the right to freedom of speech and expression under reasonable restrictions. It doesn’t empower the citizen the freedom to do against the nation. In other word, citizen of this country is free for any kind of movements until it touches of someone’s nose.
Professor M Dhaneshwor Singh, Department of Chemistry, Manipur University, who attended at the meeting as Chief Guest, also condemned the leftist hegemony in JNU campus and he opined to control the leftist virus inside the varsity.

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