In a latest development in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) sedation case, a series of e-mails, exchanged between Umar Khalid and Anirban Dasgupta have been accessed by Times Now. Earlier, the video footage of ‘Tukde-Tukde Gang’ and now these ‘anti-India rant’ mails have substantiated the allegation of shouting seditious slogans against those accused in the sedition case.
According to Times Now, their investigation team has accessed a series of 14 e-mails, which clearly muse over the fact that the event that took place on the JNU campus on 10th February 2016 was a deliberate attempt to malign the nation, though it was said to be a cultural event.
In one of the e-mails, it is clearly mentioned that Umar Khalid had asked Inder Salim, a controversial performing artist, to come and “perform” in the campus premises, to which he replied, “I will be more than happy and you will like it”. Such statements clearly indicate the fact that the event was a careful plan for hate mongering against the Indian defence forces and the government. Not only that, in another email, sent from Khalid’s Hotmail ID to his Gmail ID, just one day before the event, Umar blamed the Indian defence forces of killing and harassing innocent Kashmiris and raping thousands of women in the valley on a daily basis. These derogatory remarks against the Indian armed forces are enough to hold these blatant liars behind bars. Also, it is a shame on the part of all those liberals who are supporting the ‘Tukde-Tukde Gang’ without recognizing the fact that they are enjoying their lives only because the armed forces are safeguarding the borders.
A noteworthy fact is that all these emails were full of anti-India rants and were aimed at deriding the integrity and secular thread of the nation. The e-mails further claimed that the ‘protest’ was organised for upholding the Right of Self-determination for Kashmir, though at the time of investigation all the accused claimed that it was a ‘cultural event’. One particular e-mail sent after the incident points out the fact that the video footage of the event published in the media was not doctored by either the media or the members of ABVP.
Prior to the the video clip that was aired by Times Now, massive anti-India slogans, as well as chantings in support of terrorist Afzal Guru was being raised inside the JNU campus. In the video, the following slogans can be heard, “Naara-e-takbeer”, “Allah-hu-Akbar”, “Hum Kya Chahte- Aazadi”, “Afzal tere khoon se- Inquilab aayega”, “Afzal hum sharminda hai- tere kaatil zinda hai”, “Bharat tere tukde honge, inshallahah, inshallahah”.
These videos followed by the e-mails prove that the ‘Tukde-Tukde Gang’ had called for the rebellion against the nation. The left-liberal cabal has been vehemently defending the same tukde tukde gang. The propaganda machinery of the cabal masquerading as media houses had deemed the footage fake earlier. The Tukde tukde gang even had alleged that Zee News had doctored the video. Moreover, Zee News has already filed a defamation case against the JNU gang.
The JNU tukde-tukde episode has undoubtedly been one of the most shameful incidents that India has ever witnessed since independence. It has exposed the dirty nexus of anti-India forces with Lutyens’ media and intellectuals.