There should be no Taliban culture in India

New Delhi: There should be no Taliban culture in India and the law should be allowed to take its course, say ABVP office-bearers who have resigned from the party in protest against the Centre’s handling of the raging row at JNU and “legitimising” actions of right wing fascist forces.

“JNU is the most nationalist institution in the country. I do not support the government’s stand over the issue. Let Supreme Court find Kanhaiya guilty and award him life imprisonment. But let the law take its course. There should be no ‘Taliban culture’ in India,” said Pradeep Narwal, former Joint Secretary of JNU unit of ABVP.


Pradeep Narwal, Joint Secretary of JNU unit of ABVP, Rahul Yadav, President of ABVP unit of JNU’s School of Social Sciences (SSS) and its Secretary Ankit Hans, had yesterday resigned from the BJP student wing, saying they “cannot be mouthpiece of such a government which has unleashed oppression on student community”.

“We are going to fight for JNU. If law find Kanhaiya guilty, let him be punished. If Umar Khalid is guilty he should be jailed. But do not attack the entire university, students and teachers. Let there be space for voices of dissent,” he added. Ankit Hans, said, “We had ideological differences with the party over the issue so we decided to disassociate ourselves. We want to stand for the university as students and not political leaders of an outfit, whose stand is not acceptable to us”.

While the ABVP senior leaders are claiming that the three students have been “influenced” to protest against the party and divert the whole issue, Hans said, “This is our individual decision. We have not done this under anybody’s influence.

In a hard-hitting resignation letter, the trio had yesterday said, “We think there is a difference between interrogation and crushing ideology and branding entire left as anti-national. We cannot be mouthpiece of such a government which has unleashed oppression on student community.

“Every day we see people assemble at front gate with Indian Flag to beat JNU student, well this is hooliganism not nationalism, you can’t do anything in the name of nation, there is a difference between nationalism and hooliganism”.

The three students, however, maintained that they will not join the ongoing strike by the students demanding release of JNUSU President Kumar.

He was arrested on Friday last in connection with a case of sedition and criminal conspiracy registered over holding of the event at the varsity during which anti-India slogans were alleged to have been raised. Members of the ABVP had objected to holding of the event following which Vice Chancellor had withdrawn the permission for it. However, the organisers had gone ahead with the event.


  1. Antinationals. Do not deserved to be in India. Some JNU students, wasting government funded university and support Pakistan and glorify Gafar, a terrorist. These people try to destabilise India. Arnava’s debate on U tube on this was entertaining. There is no doubt about criminal conspiracy.

  2. Any Indian who does not want to hear following anti-Indian slogans should support the Govt: “Pakistan Zindabad“ “Go India Go Back” “Bharat Tere Tukdey Honge, Insha Allah Insha Allah”. “Kashmir mange Azadi, Kerala mange Azadi”. “Nara-e-takdeer Insha allaha” “Bharat Ki Barbadi Tak Jang Rahegi Jari” “Kashmir Ki Azadi Tak Jang Rahegi Jari” “Afzal Ham Sharminda Hae Tere Qatil Zinda Hae” “Tum Kitane Afzal Maroge, Har Ghar Se Afzal Nikalega” “Afzal Tere Khoon Se Inqalab Ayega”

  3. THIS must be a very TIGHT slap in the face of Sanghi’s such as Deepaka Shetty and our Yumreeki Armchair Analyst. 🙂

    Pappu pravenna …….its good news for Anti nationals like pappu praveena & pappu italian baba

  4. “JNU is the most nationalist institution in the country”

    Yes – the evidence came in the form of video clips showing students dancing and calling for death of India. LOL LOL No wonder minority vote banks of ’44-seats’ party like Praveena Pinto are fully supporting these groups!!

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