Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) was established in 1966 and is considered as one of the renowned Universities in India. It is set up on 1000 acres of land and teaches various courses of study on different subjects. This University is also known for higher education after graduation. Many students from this University are selected as IAS officers every year whereas most of them teach as professors in different Universities in this country as well as in other countries. The University, which gives thinkers and bureaucrats to this country, is however, under influence of people believing in communist ideology. JNU is in fact, known as a fort of communists in Delhi. So many communists have entered JNU that two students (Hem Mishra and Rituparno Goswami) from the group formed to recruit youth as naxalites and to convey messages to naxalites, were nabbed at Gadchiroli in Maharashtra. G. N. Saibaba, a professor from JNU, who was guiding and helping them in these activities, was also earlier arrested in 2014. Moreover, anti-national slogans were raised about dividing Bharat in the same University last year. On 9th February 2016 also anti-India slogans were raised here and it is almost a year since that incident. In the form of patriotic students’ organization viz. ‘Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishada (ABVP)’, it has started establishing itself in this University which is affected by anti-nationalism. Last year, separatists from Kashmir, with the help of communist organizations, raised slogans in support of terrorist like Mohammad Afzal and spoilt the holy atmosphere of this University by raising slogans of dividing Bharat; therefore, an opportunity was offered to sanctify the spoilt atmosphere of this University by organizing a program under the movement ‘Ek Bharat Abhiyan’ on 16th January 2017 and the program was organized by ABVP. The struggle behind holding the program successfully is given here.
Compilers : Shri. Abhay Vartak, spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha and Shri. Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS)
The anti-national and anti-Hindu atmosphere prevailing at JNU for so many years was not observed by any Government either in Delhi or Union Government. Can there be more pathetic situation than this ? The only solution on the same is establishment of Hindu Rashtra.
1. Marxism nurtured out of citizens’ money paid by way of tax !
Students studying at JNU get subsidy in lodging (Rent only Rs. 240/- for two semesters) and boarding (Rs.750 per month). The study fees is nominal as just Rs. 200/-. (Presently, parents have to pay more than 100 times for getting admission in pre-school class) After admission, they also get stipend and scholarship in the range of Rs. 5000 to Rs. 25,000/- every month. If students get approval from any foreign university for research work, they get additional Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1 lakh. It may be noted that the money recovered from Indian people in the form of tax, is used for propagating venomous communists’ ideology.
2. JNU is the center of creation of communists !
Many professors from JNU are promoters or even activists of Marxism. Some of them even support violent acts of Maoists. There are many students’ organizations based on communist ideology such as JNU Students’ Union (JNUSU); All-India Students’ Association (AISA); Students Federation of India (SFI), Democratic Students’ Union (DSU) etc. Students study under such communist professors and are under influence of such professors or feeling pressurized under them because they have to get degrees from such professors and they also start tilting towards communist ideology. Few students are deliberately made drug-addicts and inducted in their movement. These students listening to illusory things about independence do not even realize that they become slaves of anti-national tendencies and slaves of communist ideology which has failed all over the world. These students instead of passing and leaving the University, get admission for new courses or in the name of research work, stay put in the University with the help of such professors. Many students are nearing 40 and not yet completed their research (?) work. All these students get support from communist students’ organizations. Moreover, such students with communists’ ‘sanskars’, are spreading venom of communist ideology in different parts of the country, on leaving the University.
3. Students going on wrong path under influence of communist ideology !
On the occasion of ‘Ek Bharat Abhiyan’s program held at JNU, we got an opportunity to observe student activists under the communist movement. Many of the students looked as if they hadn’t had bath for several days and had not even combed their hair. It was not that they didn’t get time from studies. A student was asked the reason for the same when he said, “These students do not have bath for many days. They feel that having bath everyday is like getting stuck in old ‘sanskars’.” Therefore, in the name of getting freedom from old fungal thinking, these students were growing fungus over their bodies. In addition, these students are also taught that listening to their parents was also kind of attack on their freedom. In the name of modernity, many students have become drug-addicts and it was learnt that the drugs were openly consumed in the premises of the University. It shows that teaching students to live without any restrictions and creating hatred towards old culture, the ‘sanskar’ of patriotism was also being destroyed in these students.
4. Anti-national communist professors working for agents of other countries !
Many professors nurturing communist ideology are invited for different discussion sessions by other countries and for guiding students in other Universities. They are provided for their travel and stay etc i.e. for everything by those countries and even paid honorarium; so, the countries spending such money on them, must have some ulterior motive behind spending money on them. Such motive must be to help in propagating against India; to create rifts like ‘Dalit-Hindu’, ‘Arya-Dravid’ and clever use of Indian brains for dividing India without use of weapons. Kamal Mitra Chinoy, a professor from JNU was present in a conference held in USA by an agent of Pakistan’s ISI, an intelligence agency. Along with many such professors from JNU, Arundhati Roy had issued a circular of their speeches; making serious statements such as ‘Indian Government is pro-Brahmin, imperialist and has dictator-like attitude and has waged war against own citizens from Kashmir and other parts.’ In May 2011 a seminar was organized on Kashmir at Muzaffarabad in Pakistan which was attended by Kamal Mitra Chinoy and Anuradha Chinoy, professors from JNU. They presented anti-Indian stand against Indian Government’s official stand on Kashmir.
When there are professors, who support anti-Indian activities, what can one expect from their students ? These professors push students to stage anti-India agitations. In fact, they also participate in such demonstrations. These agitations later take form of anti-Indian campaigns. One terrifying example of the same was slogans raised against India in JNU premises on 9th February 2016. To stop such anti-national creepers from growing in JNU, something will have to be done to remove them from roots; which means that prompt stringent action needs to be taken against such anti-national professors. Union Government should immediately intervene and change the concept, rules and regulations of this University so as to put curb on communists, in time.
5. Opposition by communists to ‘Ek Bharat Abhiyan’ s program !
On 16th January 2017, as ABVP announced a program under ‘Ek Bharat Abhiyan – Kashmir ki Ouur’ movement, communist students’ organizations started opposing. Those, raising voice about freedom of speech all throughout the year, forgot that even others have the same right and they started their campaign to cancel the program. The basic purpose of the opposition was that Muslims’ atrocities against Hindus in Kashmir should not be exposed and truth should not come out. They, therefore, started character assassination of the speakers participating in this program. Taking information from internet on Sanatan Sanstha, Hindu Makkal Kachhi, Shiv Sena, Hindu Sanhati etc, they made false allegations against these organizations and put up posters everywhere that ‘Hindu terrorism would not be allowed to enter JNU’. ‘Tehalaka’s Editor Tarun Tejpal’s program was held at JNU who was accused of raping; separatists supporting terrorists and having dreams of division of India, can hold programs at JNU; anti-national programs can be held to promote naxalites’ violent activities by giving them a cute name as ‘People’s fight against the Government’ and such activities are justified; then why should be there a demand to stop organizations from entering JNU though they are working for welfare of the country ? It was stated in the circular that Shiv Sena and Hindu Makkal Kachhi were communal and violent organizations whereas ‘Hindu Sanhati’ was stated to be staging riots in Bengal. Information was given in the circular about accusations made against Sanatan Sanstha in Dabholkar – Pansare murder cases with a warning given to stage intense agitations if such organizations were allowed. There is not a single case filed against Sanatan Sanstha, seekers of Sanatan who have been implicated in Dabholkar – Pansare cases, have not yet been decided by Court as guilty; then why was there so much anger over Sanatan Sanstha joining the program ?
On 16th January, the program was to be held in the hall of Sociology Department which is known as the bastion of communists in JNU; therefore, it hurt them more. All communist students’ organizations started strongly opposing to the program; appeals were made through posters displayed in the premises, to students for coming together against the program. It was also declared that strong demonstrations would be held outside the venue of the program. There was also likelihood of attacks on ‘Hindutvavadi’ speakers.
6. Apt reply given by ‘Hindutvavadis’ to communists’ opposition !
Members of ABVP also started working with strong conviction for success of the program and were all set to give apt reply to any opposition, if necessary. On the previous night, ABVP held meetings of students from their organization. Students who were in two minds, were given assurance, motivating them to attend the program.
On the day of the program, though the program was at 4.00 p.m., all ‘Hindutvavadis’ from all over India reached the premises of the University in a mini-bus at 2.00 p.m. They had tea in a hotel in the University which is known as a haunt of communists. All ‘Hindutvavadis’ with ‘Tilak’ on their foreheads sitting in that restaurant, blew out the air from students of communists’ organizations. They hurriedly started sending messages. We went to see the Sanskrut Department at 2.30 p.m. Students from communist organizations started preparations for holding demonstrations; therefore, the organizers from ABVP found a solution and we reached the hall around 2.45 p.m. taking different routes. Communist students started raising slogans outside the hall around 3.45 p.m. playing ‘dafli’ in their hand against speakers. They thought that the speakers would arrive at 4.00 p.m. but all speakers were sitting quietly in the hall, on stage. Students also gathered for the program in large number; therefore, the program was started at 4.00 p.m. amidst acclamation of ‘Bharat Mata ki Ji’. Demonstrators outside the venue didn’t know what to do since their purpose was defeated. They stopped raising slogans and left at 4.30 p.m. All speakers spoke very effectively and forcefully, generating enthusiasm amongst students. JNU President Shri. Lalit Pande, Shri. Gaurav Jha and Dr. Makwana strived very hard for success of the program. Happiness exhibited on their face was worth watching. Bhagavan Shrikrushna had helped to defeat anti-nationals and in gaining victory for patriots.
It was an opportunity to experience anti-India atmosphere at JNU in the background of this program. Youth, brought up in Bharat and living on all the nurturing offered by her, have so much hatred towards her and communists, in the name of education, generating attitude of breaking her into pieces, is misfortune of Bharat. This incident taught us that if we unite with faith in God and walk on legal path, defeat of anti-Dharma powers is certain. Immense gratitude towards God for giving us such valuable opportunity to learn !
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat