Hoshiarpur: Joining issue with Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju that freedom of expression does not give right to make college campuses hub of anti-national activity, Dal Khalsa leaders have asked the minister to explain that who would decide what was “national and anti-national.”
Party spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh wondered whether “what’s national and what’s not” would be decided by the law or the ruling party at the centre. Strongly condemning the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) for indulging in hooliganism at Ramjas College in Delhi, Kanwar Pal said that the youth from ABVP in connivance with Delhi administration thrashed students, teachers and journalists who didn’t subscribe to their so-called definition of nationalism.
Referring to Amnesty International report, Kanwar Pal said. “The report has vindicated our stand that the state and the non-state actors had virtually turned India into a terrible place to live as a free human being. India’s claim for being a great democracy is mere farce and fraud,” he said.
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