JNU row: This is the reality of Kanhaiya’s ‘Azadi’ video, some channels are running wrong information

By: ABP News Bureau | Last Updated: Thursday, 18 February 2016 12:33 AM
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JNU row: This is the reality of Kanhaiya’s ‘Azadi’ video, some channels are running wrong information

New Delhi: A video of JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar is being circulated on social media, showing him raising ‘azadi’ slogans. Some news channels have also telecast the video, showing he was raising anti-India slogans. ABP News was also present there when it happened. We are telling you the reality.


ABP News camera caught him raising ‘azadi’ slogans. He was shouting slogans with a lot of energy and scores of students were following him. However, he never said anything bad about the country. He said in his slogans that he wanted freedom from poverty, freedom for communal blood-shed, freedom from social disparity. He never even once raised any anti-India slogan.


The video is of February 11. He was addressing students at the ad-hoc block of the university. This is the same day when he gave a stirring speech about how he loved the country and had complete faith in Baba Saheb Ambedkar and the constitution.
Some channels are showing distorted video. Here is the real video:

First Published: Wednesday, 17 February 2016 11:29 PM

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