The JNU controversy refuses to die down and the leftists students of the JNUSU are resorting to desperate measures in order to save face as their role in the violence becomes clear. Even India Today – the propaganda outlet for JNU couldn’t save the leftists as their spin failed to turn the narrative against the ABVP. The JNU students and who during the day of the violence had closed the servers are now claiming that if the servers were indeed down how did the JNU administration sent mails on the day of the violence?
Common sense and basic knowledge is a luxury that the leftists of JNU don’t seem to possess as it’s beyond them to understand that the JNU administration uses Google Suite for their mails which is not located on campus and hence, the mails could be sent out by the administration. Expectedly, India Today and NDTV journalists amplified this lie on Twitter in a bid to help the communists.
India Today propagandist Tanushree Pandey who was recently in the news for colluding with JNUSU VP as she had a hushed off the record conversation as she tutored the JNUSU VP Saket on what to speak. In the interview, it can be seen that the ‘journalist’ provides ample opportunity to Saket to peddle his agenda and she goes out of her way to help him pin the blame on the ABVP, all the while absolving the leftist student organizations of all guilt. Saket also, rather weirdly, brings Nathuram Godse into the question and yet, the journalist makes no effort to counter him. The interview, quite clearly, was a deliberate effort to provide the leftist organizations with a platform to peddle their agenda and that is precisely what he does. The journalist does not ask him a single tough question regarding the involvement of the leftist organizations and gives them a free pass completely.
Pandey took to Twitter and tweeted:
.@IndiaToday accesses mails sent from the server of Communication & Info Services, which was down acc to #JNU admin after left students vandalised server room. Administration said that registration process couldn't take place because server was down. So how did the mass mails go? pic.twitter.com/B0gCAhd5Uy
— Tanushree Pandey (@TanushreePande) January 11, 2020
Fellow propagandist and NDTV ‘journalist’ Arvind Gunasekar also displayed his tremendous knowledge about Information Technology as he tweeted:
JNU VC had said that Communication and Information Service was vandalised by students on Jan 4 and so CCTVs weren’t working on Jan 5th…University’s digital services came to a stand still till Jan 8.
If so, how was this mail sent by CIS (mailing server) on Jan 5 at 1.58 PM ?! pic.twitter.com/Z7qWqZdSC2
— Arvind Gunasekar (@arvindgunasekar) January 11, 2020
Both Pandey and Gunasekar blinded by their love for leftists failed to comprehend the fact that the JNU site is hosted at servers inside JNU but for the mail server they are using Gmail services. So even if the server inside the University is down, the authorities can still login the mail account from anywhere and send the email. Tech-savvy netizens quickly pointed outed that JNU is using Google Suite, a corporate solution from Google that includes the facility to use Gmail with custom domain names, for all its email needs. Therefore, the email servers are not located inside the JNU campus, but they are located in the servers farms operated by tech giant Google, which are located outside India. According to the MXtoolweb site, the “jnu.ac.in” site, which is the email domain of JNU, is hosted on Google servers and not on the servers which are damaged inside the JNU campus. A IP location lookup of associated IP addresses point to Google headquarters at Mountain View, California, the address Google uses to register its servers.
Hello tech illiterate journalist of @IndiaToday, JNU uses G Suite for Education for email needs. So the mail server is not located on campus. A simple MX record lookup of https://t.co/71ocgf3UtR would’ve told you that. https://t.co/4VS1gr4BcS pic.twitter.com/eadOJoqx8A
— Spaminder Bharti (@attomeybharti) January 11, 2020
JNU site is hosted at servers inside JNU but for the mail server they seem to be using gmail services i.e. hosted by google at cloud. So even if the server inside the University is down you can still login the mail account from anywhere and send the email. https://t.co/cPEWdJkkaI pic.twitter.com/RPAjMfaigo
— 🦁 (@AndColorPockeT) January 11, 2020
Times Now too fell prey to the desperate lies of the leftists.
#Breaking | JNU Students Union denies cops' claim that the servers were down on January 5th.
'Administration sent mails on 5th January', says JNUSU.
TIMES NOW's Kangana with details. pic.twitter.com/71he8i0EkF
— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) January 11, 2020
Funnily, it was at Times Now where the leftist students of JNU admitted that indeed blocked the server room and cut off the WiFi.
OMG. OMG. OMG.
Leftist students of #JNU admit on camera that they indeed blocked the server room and cut the WiFi.
The video shows @ABVPVoice students were beaten up by Commie students for shielding the server.
Pl share and expose commies. pic.twitter.com/ZL7e2IjuCt
— Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) January 9, 2020
It seems that the cat is out of the bag and the lies of the JNU leftists are unravelling at an unprecedented pace. The JNUSU is now desperately spreading lies hoping against hope that one of their lives will spin the narrative.