The Afzal Guru Row has disrupted the peace in JNU since last week. The protesting students against the judicial killing of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhatt were denied for the permissions to hold a march sighting disruption of peace by the Vice Chancellor of JNU. However, things got escalated and the situation is turning to worse now.
The Delhi Police already framed charges of sedition to unknown people. However, the police have arrested the Kanhaiya Kumar, Union President JNU Students and the Delhi Court has already sent him for three days Police Custody. However, this is an incident that has attracted wide debate about Anti National slogans, Kashmir issues and many more. However, it is very important to find the correlation between all the events. Today, BJP MP Smriti Irani said that this was an insult to the Mother India and such incident will not be tolerated. However, it is important to look back how things started for Afzal Guru Row.
All about Afzal Guru Row
Earlier this week, some of the students pasted some of the posters on the JNU Campus to join the protest against the Judicial Killing of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhatt. However, they later included the sentiments of the Kashmiri people for democratic rights as well. The protest was organized at the Sabarmati Dhaba in the JNU Campus.
The Student wing of BJP, ABVP, came strong against it and wrote to the Vice Chancellor that such things should not be allowed inside the Educational premises. The request got subsequently accepted as the Vice Chancellor passes the cancellation order to maintain the peace.
However, the event took place despite the orders.
JNU authorities started disciplinary actions to inquire about the event. It also stated that how the event took place as there was no permission.
Delhi Police charged for sedition against unknown people following the complaint by the ABVP and another BJP MP Maheish Girri.
Kanhiya Kumar was arrested.
The turn of events has made JNU, the biggest news of the country and trend of #JNU has already trending in Social Media.