JNU protests have been taking its own twists and turns across the country where Bollywood actors are using protests as an opportunity to promote their movies and Leftists using it to their advantage to bring up the long solved Kashmir issue
New Delhi: While several Leftist activists and other individual groups maintain that a series of protests are organised to show solidarity with JNU students, provocative posters have been making an appearance, forcing the nation to question the real intention behind these protests.
Days after a provocative poster asking for "Free Kashmir" was highlighted in Mumbai's Gateway of India, similar posters we're seen at Delhi's Stephen's college.
A tweet that was shared by BJP spokesperson Suresh Nakhua contained a picture in which students were seen holding "Aazad Kashmir" posters while allegedly protesting the JNU violence.
A video that surfaced on social media showed the Delhi University students raising slogans of "Kashmir Maange Aazadi".
Here's today's DU Kashmir Azadi video pic.twitter.com/kPKRgpjvDe— iMac_too (@iMac_too) January 8, 2020
On January 6, during the protest, a girl was seen holding the poster which read - "Free Kashmir." The demonstrators were seen with several other placards with objectionable and abusive language.
Some posters called for "Ban on ABVP," while some others read -- "Stand with JNU."
Reacting to the "Free Kashmir '' poster, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had blatantly claimed that the banner seen during the protest was against the restrictions on internet services, mobile services and other issues in the Valley.
"I read in a newspaper that those who held 'Free Kashmir' banner clarified that they want to be free of restrictions on internet services, mobile services and other issues," he said.
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Last Updated 9, Jan 2020, 9:16 AM