Sunday, April 24, 2016

Kanhaiya Kumar wrongly marked against national, BJP may lose youth bolster: Shiv Sena

ASHIK: Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said it wasn't right on the administration's part to mark JNU understudies' union pioneer Kanhaiya Kumar as "against national".

"Who brought forth Kanhaiya Kumar in any case? The administration ought to thoroughly consider this. He has been wrongly marked hostile to national," Thackeray said at a meeting of gathering office-bearers in Nashik.

In the event that adolescent are marked "hostile to national" in this way, they won't have the capacity to work openly for the nation and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will relinquish the their bolster, he cautioned.

"Youth are in gigantic numbers in our nation and in this manner Center must fare thee well," the Shiv Sena boss said.

Thackeray's remarks came hours after Kanhaiya Kumar affirmed that a co-traveler attempted to choke him on a Jet Airways Mumbai-Pune flight in the morning.

Both Kanhaiya and the traveler - recognized as Manas DJ of Kolkata - were off-stacked by Jet Airways.

Joint Police Commissioner Deven Bharati said the occurrence was really a fight in which around eight individuals were included and that Kanhaiya Kumar's cases were misrepresented.

"At the point when Kumar was requested that hotel a protest, he declined and what his companion said in regards to the occurrence in his protestation was observed to be false," Bharati said.

In the mean time, Maharashtra's clergyman of state for home Ram Shinde declared that there was no assault on Kanhaiya Kumar.

"The police report says that battling between two travelers prompted fight. Kanhaiya's assertions (are) ridiculous," Shinde said.

News Source: timesofindia

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