Whenever there have been attempts to suppress democratic voices, JNU stands up and tells that JNU thinks today, while the society thinks tomorrow.
"We fight for equality", Kumar said, to cheers at JNU's administrative block.
Kumar said, "If there is a problem in the country, is it wrong to ask for azaadi from it? What about the millions of farmers who are committing suicide, who are also the fathers of those (soldiers) at the borders...what do you have to say about those farmers?" It is another matter, though, that the court order is being avidly looked into and also critiqued by experts across broadsheets.
"I believe in the law of the land, in the constitution and the judicial system of the country".
"We will help establish a government which truly works for "sabka saath, sabka vikaas", Kanhaiya said in his speech. He reiterated that he does not want 'freedom from India, but freedom in India'.
Defining his idea of politics, Kanhaiya said, "Politics has two centres - one in parliament and another on the streets".
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Rohith Vemula, 26, a Dalit research scholar, was found hanging in a Hyderabad University hostel room on January 17. Kanhaiya's house is just 10 km away from my home in Bihar. "Don't think sedition is being used as a political tool against some students". I am a student which is why I am not thinking about it now. "The matter is sub-judice, I have nothing to say on what is under the court", he said.
However, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury earlier told ANI that Kanhaiya would campaign for the Left in Bengal. "For the first time, the nation can see the power of the youth of the Left".
Mr Kumar was arrested on February 12 in a case of sedition registered over an event in which anti-national slogans were allegedly raised. One phrase, where he stated he wanted "freedom in India as opposed to freedom from India" caught public attention everywhere.
The question is let him condemn those slogans, let him distance himself from them. "The people have a constitutional right to protest if they think someone did not get justice", he added. "He can join his favourite party which does not even have single digit in Parliament", Naidu said. "We want freedom in India, not freedom from India".
"I felt like entering the TV and telling him, "Modiji, please speak about Hitler and Mussolini". "The fight which was initiated by Rohith Vemula, all of you and peace-loving people in the country, will be pursued by us and we'll win this battle", he said.
"When I spent time in jail, I realised that the constable who was taking me for medical tests, for food, they are also people like me".