Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union President Kanhaiya Kumar got bail on 3rd March 2016, Thursday night, that what the students wanted was “freedom in India, not freedom from India.” After releasing from Tihar Jail, JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar gave Fiery speech to the students in the Campus of JNU.
Addressing a huge gathering of students on the campus, Kanhaiya Kumar said, “It is not azadi from India, it is azadi in India [we want]… from the corrupt practices that are going on inside the country.” Mr. Kumar made his fiery speech at the same place where he had addressed students just a day before his arrest.
JNU Students’ President also told that “give time to JNU…tell the people that we want freedom not from India but from those who loot India.”‘
Kanhaiya Kumar also told PM Narendra Modi about Mann Ki Baat, ‘You always talk about Mann Ki Baat. For a change, talk about Maa ki baat.’
“I talked to my mother after 3 months. Whenever I stayed in JNU, I was not talking a lot to her. After going to jail, I realised the importance of talking to her. My mother told me that she was not making fun of Modi. She said that it was the government which was making fun of them,” he said.
“Kabhi mann ki baat karte hain…kabhi maa ki baat bhi kar lein ” Kanhaiya said.
“What is happening in the country is very dangerous. I am not talking about one party or one media channel. I am not only taking about soldiers. I am talking about the entire country,”
“What kind of a country will it be if it does not have any countrymen? We should salute all those who stood up for JNU,” he said.
“You (the government) have killed one Rohith. Now see how big this revolution has become,” Kanhaiya said.
“I got two bowls in jail. One of them was red. I was looking at that bowl and I was thinking that something good was going to happen in this country,” he further said, describing his experience in jail.
“We will help establish a government which truly works for ‘sabka saath, sabka vikaas’,” he said. “I wanted to tell Modiji, “Thodi Hitler ki baat kijiye. Leave Hitler, talk about Mussolini instead. Your guruji Golwalkar saahab had gone to meet Mussolini.”
“Pradhan Mantri Mann Ki Baat karte hain…sunte nahi hain”
Students and teachers of JNU eagerly awaiting to catch a glimpse of Kanhaiya had gathered at the Ganga Dhaba from where they will take out a victory march to the Administration Block which has become a venue of protest since his arrest on 12 February. People also queued up outside Kumar’s hostel Brahmaputra with ‘dhols’ and ‘daflis’ to accompany him during the march.
Kanhaiya had furnished his bail bond before a magistrate at a makeshift court in a police station in New Delhi. He was arrested on 12 February 2016 in the case in which he and two arrested JNU students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, are accused of raising anti-India slogans during an event organized inside the JNU campus on 9 February 2016.
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