JNU Crackdown: Watch Student Union’s Vice President Shehla Rashid Speaking

Shehla Rashid, JNUSU Vice President, addresses students and teachers gathered in protest against BJP Govt.s unprecedented assault on campus democracy.

“The assault on JNU is a well drafted script by the RSS-BJP which uses the charade of Anti-National to silence the most vocal intellectual opposition against BJP govts anti-India policies”

JNUSU Vice President Shehla Rashid addressing students who gathered in front of Ad Block, JNU to protest against the arrest and imposing of sedition charges on JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar and others. [14th Feb 2016] #ABVPExposed

  • Vir Narain

    An impassioned speech. Rings so true! The idealism of our youth cannot be suppressed.

    • Vikas Bhatt

      Is this being ‘responsible’ and is this why her parents and tax payers fund her education? भारत तेरे टुकड़े होगी इंशाल्लाह इंशाल्लाह…..हम क्या चाहते है – आज़ादी आज़ादी। अफज़ल तेरे खून से इन्किलाब आएगा…. अफज़ल हम शर्मिंदा है – तेरा कातिल ज़िंदा है. is this how they use the campus to be ‘responsible citizens’? Is this the message she is asking the youth to share on social sites? To hell with such traitors then.

      • secularism1

        Vikas Bhatt (Brahmin choot) – how was Valentines Day fuck with Amit Shah?

  • vikas maske

    jay bhim…..

  • Vikas Bhatt

    Tamacha hum maarenegey in n gaddaro se. Dekha bharat ki barbaadi waali deshprem. JNU is a traitor institute.

    • secularism1

      VIkas Bhatt – garv se bhol, hum chutya hai.

  • Vikas Bhatt

    Shame on these traitors.

  • Vikas Bhatt

    Is this being ‘responsible’ and is this why her parents and tax payers fund her education? भारत तेरे टुकड़े होगी इंशाल्लाह इंशाल्लाह…..हम क्या चाहते है – आज़ादी आज़ादी। अफज़ल तेरे खून से इन्किलाब आएगा…. अफज़ल हम शर्मिंदा है – तेरा कातिल ज़िंदा है. is this how they use the campus to be ‘responsible citizens’? Is this the message she is asking the youth to share on social sites? To hell with such traitors then.

  • Mithun Karmakar

    Go ahead JNU.. We are with you… Students and youth set the nation’s future.. Its time to root out the 70 years of garbage!

  • peter sherback

    This is a naxalite website.

    • secularism1

      you are a sanghi kakka chaddi lafange

  • lenin

    If you all raise the Anti-National sologan shouting against India,then all to be eleminated at any cost

    • secularism1

      what a stupid response. have you ever heard of debate? if somebody raises a voice against capital punishment how the hell does that become anti-national?
      and what do you call assholes who spit on the constitution and pray to nathuram godse? nationalists?

    • Naren

      did you ever go to school Lenin? please ask your parents to admit you in a school soon before you are being admitted to mental hospital.

      • lenin

        Jal kanduu

      • lenin

        Ask your sucking kujliwal,How he enter IIT without entrance examination or without SC/ST Category.Did you saw the shadow of Nursery School.

  • Kunjal Maheshwari

    anti modi people.. #shit

  • Kunjal Maheshwari

    azaadi chahiye to, get away from reservations, I was not privileged to study with subsidized education.

  • Ajith Fredjeev Dinakarlal

    Arundhati Roy in her book, Listening to Grasshoppers, field notes on democracy, mentions, “Today, words

    like „progress‟ and „development‟ have become interchangeable with economic reforms, deregulation and

    privatization. „Freedom‟ has come to mean „choice‟. It has less to do with human spirit than with different

    brands of deodorant. „Market‟ no longer means a place where you buy provisions. The „Market‟ is a deterritorialized

    place where faceless corporations do business, including buying and selling „futures‟. „Justice‟

    has come to mean „human rights‟. This theft of language, the technique of usurping words and deploying

    them like weapons, of using them to mask intent and to mean exactly the opposite of what they have

    traditionally meant, has been one of the most brilliant strategic victories of the Tsars of dispensation. It has

    allowed them to marginalize their detractors, deprive them of a language to voice their critique and dismiss

    them as being „anti-progress‟, „anti-development‟, „anti-reform‟ and of course „anti-national‟. Talk about

    saving a river or protecting a forest and they say, “Don‟t you believe in progress?” To people whose land is

    being submerged by dam reservoirs and whose homes are being bulldozed, they ask, “Do you have an

    alternative development model?‟‟

    Let these voices from JNU WIN!