Former JNUSU President the mascot of the ‘tukde tukde gang’ that traces its origin to the infamous JNU sedition episode of 2016, Kanhaiya Kumar is having some rough time in the state of Bihar during his ongoing Jan Gan Man Yatra in different districts of Bihar.
He has already faced massive outrage in the first two weeks of his month-long campaign in Bihar. He started the Yatra from Bhitiharwa Gandhi Ashram in West Champaran district from January 30 and will come to an end on February 27 at the Gandhi Maidan in Bihar’s capital, Patna.
Kanhaiya, who is lauded by the Lutyens’ elites as the voice of India’s youth, has ironically faced the fury of the same youth throughout this Yatra. His convoy has already been attacked eight times in the fourteen days of his ongoing Yatra in his home state.
On Friday, a group of youngsters pelted stones at his convoy which was coming going towards Arrah in Bhojpur district from the adjoining Buxar district. This was the eighth attack on Kanhaiya’s convoy.
Earlier, his convoy was attacked at several places, including Gaya, Nawada, Katihar, Supaul, Begusarai, Sitamarhi and Bhagalpur.
Even in Begusarai, the constituency from which Kanhaiya Kumar had lost the Lok Sabha polls miserably last year, 20-25 youths had attacked his cavalcade with stones.
This comes a bitter reality check for Kanhaiya, whose political ideology is based on supporting anti-India forces that support India’s Balkanization. He has spewed venom about India’s most respected state institution- its disciplined and humane security forces.
Today, the youth across Bihar is receiving him with anger and strong discontentment owing to his divisive, anti-India remarks.
The so-called intellectuals like Kanhaiya Kumar are the ones manufacturing stories about Indian Army’s so-called atrocities in Kashmir and elsewhere, but not once have they spoken about stone pelters and terrorists.
You will never hear them condemn stone pelters that attack security forces and attack them ferociously even to the extent of causing the death of Army personnel.
While in Delhi, the Lutyens’ media claims that Kanhaiya Kumar enjoys considerable political space in the country, he gets confronted with bitter ground realities every single time he goes out to campaign. In fact, throughout the Jan Gan Man Yatra, he keeps getting confronted with uncomfortable ground realities.
Kanhaiya Kumar’s anti-India, anti-Armed forces narrative and his failure to condemn stone pelters in Kashmir has enraged the Indian youth against him. This is why he is greeted by furious protesters wherever he goes in Bihar.
Angry youth is attacking his convoy, even pelting stones at it because of his anti-India narrative, which draws a lot of flak at the ground level, away from TV studios. Such a response by the common people of Bihar should be enough for Kanhaiya to realise that his political career will never prosper in India, and a member of the infamous ‘tukde-tukde’ gang he shall always be seen as.