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The pseudo-intellectuals of JNU
Either it may be Yakub Memon or Afzal Guru, they both knew the consequences of large scale deaths of innocent victims before those particular acts of terrorism. Therefore they all deserved to be hanged. Now, speaking in favor of them is akin to insulting the country in general & the kin of the victims in particular.

Freedom of speech doesn't mean supporting killers, and that too those who conspired to attack the very seat of democracy, the Indian Parliament. This could not have happened in any other democratic country. It is a shame.

"Bharat Barbad Hone tak Sangarsh Jari rahega"- is a dangerous statement meaning, there is a group whose thinking is to dismantle the existing democracy & take over the country.

How can organizing Afzal guru meeting & `Bharat ki Barbaadi' become points of discussion or toleration? The simple fact is that students did organize Afzal guru meeting. Imagine organizing martyrdom meeting for Osama Bin Laden in MIT or any other American university.

We oppose such pseudo-intellectuals for whom freedom of speech is more than respecting the motherland. We do not belong to the BJP or the Sangh Parivar, but patriots whose thinking may be similar to the Parivar, as this is the natural sattvik thinking by any rational Indian & nobody can force this upon us, it exuberates naturally.

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