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'Tukde, tukde gang' will not succeed in swaying young generation, says Aditya Thackeray

Stating that parliamentary elections are not about local issues, he said national security was one of the priority issues for the Shiv Sena. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given the befitting reply to terrorists. ..he will again become the Prime Minister," Aditya Thackeray said.

‘Anti-national’ messages shared on WhatsApp group, admin held: Police

Police said the accused had added around 30 Muslim youths from Baghpat to the group, and that it also had several “Pakistan-based” numbers


Centre to states: Track NGOs for ‘anti-national’ activities

Government officials said police have also been asked to track activities of NGOs engaged in protests against various “development projects” in states.

Urban Naxals et al

The embodiment of Leftist economic policies is MGNREGA. It supposedly guarantees jobs but is in fact just dole. It may ‘alleviate’ poverty but can never help poor people rise out of poverty. Modi seemed to know this when he first became Prime Minister.

Aligarh: School teacher suspended over ‘anti-national’ Facebook posts

In the posts, Dharmendra Kumar, had ‘congratulated the Pak cricket team for a win’ and claimed ‘J&K is not part of India as GST was not applicable there’, say govt officials

On Google Maps, someone has tagged 'anti-national' and 'sedition' to JNU

Responding to the technical 'glitch', Pawan Duggal, Cyber Law Expert on Google Maps said, "It's a mistake of computer networks, unintentional blunder."


BJP MP Ravindra Kushwaha hits back at Congress for running down V D Savarkar

He alleged that Congress leaders were "desperate and frustrated" due to the work done by PM Modi and were unable to differentiate between "pro and anti-national elements".

BJP protests ‘anti-national’ Kejriwal’s Batala visit

Police resort to lathi-charge on ‘unruly’ party workers; Delhi CM says govt gunning for wrong men.

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JNU row: Umar, Anirban sent to three-day remand

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Prem Nath informed that a local court has sent Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, Jawaharlal Nehru University students booked on sedition charges, to three-day police remand. The DCP said the Delhi Police will interrogate the students amid tight security. Khalid and Bhattacharya are among the five students, who along with JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar, had allegedly raised ‘anti-national’ slogans at an event organised on the university campus on February 9.

Raising 'anti-national' slogans is not Freedom of Speech: Amit Shah

Bahraich (UP), Feb 24 (ANI): Addressing a rally in Uttar Pradesh's Bahraich, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Wednesday attacked the Congress for disrupting the Budget session over JNU row. He said the party should stop supporting 'anti-national' activities in the name of freedom of speech. Shah further asked the political parties sitting in Parliament that people who raise slogans like 'Bharat tere tukre honge', is freedom of speech or an act of sedition?


JNU row: Umar, Bhattacharya surrender

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, who are facing sedition charges for allegedly raising anti-national slogans, surrendered before the Delhi Police last night. Following a medical check-up, the two were interrogated on Wednesday for around five hours and will be presented before the magistrate later in the day. Khalid and Bhattacharya are among the five students who, along with JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar, had allegedly shouted anti-national slogans at an event organised in the university campus on February 9.

BJP inherited problems from Congress: Naidu

New Delhi, Feb 23 (ANI): Talking to mediapersons before the Budget session, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday put onus on Congress, saying that issues like 'anti-national' activities in JNU and Jat quota have existed during the tenure of Congress and the BJP-led NDA government inherited these problems from Congress. Naidu added that there is no question of closing JNU, but 'anti-national' activities will not be tolerated. He added that the government is ready to discuss all the problems.

Police stood like mute spectator, says journalist thrashed by lawyers

New Delhi, Feb 17 (ANI): High drama was witnessed at the Patiala House court yet again on Wednesday where two groups of lawyers were seen raising slogans inside the court premises and beating up each other including journalists. One of the journalists from Firstpost Tarique Anwar on Wednesday said that there were two groups in the Patiala House court, one was “pro-Kanhaiya” and another one was “anti-Kanhaiya” group. He added that when he took a photo of the scuffle, lawyers started beating him up and police stood like a mute spectator. He further added that he has photos to prove and can identify them. Earlier on Monday, a group of lawyers and others, including Delhi BJP legislator O.P. Sharma, were seen beating up reporters and students, calling them ‘anti-national’.

Delhi Police has enough evidence against Kanhaiya: Bassi

New Delhi, Feb 17 (ANI): Delhi Commissioner of police BS Bassi on Wednesday said the Delhi Police has enough evidence against Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar. He added that as per their investigation some outsiders were also involved in the chanting of ‘anti-national’ slogans on the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus.


Politicians condemn Jadavpur University protest

New Delhi/Mumbai, Feb 17 (ANI): Condemning the protests in Jadavpur University, Kolkata, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Wednesday said strict actions should be taken against people involved in anti-national activities but sedition charges should not be put against them as it fulfils their aspirations of gaining popularity. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majid Memon also condemned the protests in educational institutions. Meanwhile, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi emphasised on the need for the Jadavpur University students to come forward and identify the anti-social elements prevalent in the campus.

‘Hitler’ mindset exists only in Congress’ DNA: Amit Shah

New Delhi, Feb. 15 (ANI): Asserting that the Congress was supporting the JNU issue out of sheer frustration, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Monday said that the grand old party was resorting to backing ‘anti-national’ elements and channelling a ‘Hitler’ mindset after being unable to bear the success of the Centre. Taking to his blog to launch a attack on the Congress, especially Rahul Gandhi, Shah said the Congress vice-president has in his blind attempts to battle the Centre lost his ability to differentiate between ‘anti-state and nationalism’. The BJP president further questioned the Gandhi scion, asking him whether he wants the Centre to stay mum while a prestigious institute becomes a hub for anti-national activity. Shah also hit back at Gandhi for comparing the present state of affairs in the JNU to that of Nazi-occupied Germany, saying that if anyone was following Adolf Hitler’s ideology then it was Congress.

This is serious charge against students of JNU: GN Azad on HM's statement

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): Congress leader Gulam Nabi Azad on Sunday reacted over Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement on JNU issue by saying that this is for the first time that any union minister is dubbing a university as anti national. Speaking on the Home Minister's allegation that JNU was receiving support from LeT chief Hafiz Saeed, Azad said that it was a serious charge which Rajnath Singh has made on the students of a reputed University. He further said that the government should come out with valid evidence.

JNU row: Yechury demand evidence about Rajnath's Hafiz Saeed claim

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury on Sunday questioned Home Minister Rajnath Singh's claim that event about Afzal Guru in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus had the support of LeT chief Hafiz Saeed. The CPI (M) politburo member further asserted that if the Home Minister managed to bring up any evidence of 'anti-national' or terrorist activity in the varsity, then the CPI (M) will support necessary action in national interest. Amid a massive faceoff over the JNU controversy, Singh earlier alleged that 'anti-national' protests in the JNU campus had the backing of the LeT chief Hafiz Saeed.