Updated: March 4, 2016 1:19:50 pm
The word ‘azadi’ has gained firm ground in public discourse and has almost become a movement after JNU students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar’s fiery speech before his arrest on February 12 and after his release on March 3. Soon after his release Thursday, he delivered a powerful speech which has now come to be known as ‘azadi’ speech. He threw some very catchy and hard-hitting one-liners, ‘We want azadi within India, not from India’ being one.
While the hashtag #Azaadi has been trending on and off since the last month with Twitterati floating opinion on casteism, feudalism, communalism, here are people demanding ‘azadi’ from real-life problems.
Okay, that’s serious but legit?
Triple Talaaq waad se Azaadi
Burkhawaad se Azaadi
Fatwa se Azaadi
4 biwi se Azaadi
Duniya flat hain kehne ki azaadi
— General Aladeen (@aladeen_in) February 23, 2016
They got a little carried away…
Ab khud se azaadi toh sirf maut de sakti hai ya phir ishq…
— Farhal (@farhalic) February 23, 2016
Azaadi ke Ghaddaroun se Azadi
Angrez ke Ghulamoun se
Baapu ke Hatyaroun se
Godse ke vicharoun se..
Mout ke saudagar se Azadi
— Engineer Shareef (@ishareef639) February 23, 2016
Azaadi sly tweets se.
— Joov (@pepper_smoker) February 23, 2016
SumAll is becoming a paid service. ‘X no followed,Y no unfollowed’ wale tweets se Azaadi 😛
— শেখর (@MangoBwoy) February 23, 2016
Fake profile maange azaadi,
Original se azaadi,
Likh kar lenge azaadi,
Hame chahiye azaadi. https://t.co/Bx7mwFpziV
— Mahesh Jagga (@MaheshJagga) February 22, 2016
This one watches a lot of TV
Journalism ko chahiye inse Azaadi.
— Rozz Marrie (@rozzmarrie) February 22, 2016
Third world problems!
I also want Azaadi from work :)
— Vijay (@centerofright) February 22, 2016
And there were few who ready to take away all sorts of ‘azadi’ people were demanding
“Bandook ki nok pe AZAADI” #LOL … Never heard something more funny. I’ll demolish ur AZAADI single handedly & I don’t need a pin 😁
— Blue Eyes (@NeelakshiGswm) February 20, 2016
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