JNU Violence: Shiv Sena’s Uddhav Thackeray Slams Modi-Shah, Says Such ‘Brutal Politics’ Never Seen Before
Mumbai: In the wake of the attack on JNU students, Shiv Sena on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, accusing them of doing what they want, saying that such cruel politics. Never been seen before. Country. In Shivsena’s library ‘Saamana’, an institution further alleged that the BJP wanted to see “Hindu-Muslim riots” on CAA law, but that did not happen.
Since the BJP has been cornered over the issue of CAA, several things are happening out of “revenge”, it said. Comparing the attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students to the 26/11 Mumbai terror strikes, the Shiv Sena said “divisive politics” was dangerous for the country.
It said the Union Home Ministry’s decision to file cases against “unknown” attackers at JNU was laughable. “He claimed,those who entered University with masks are unknown”.
On Sunday, a mob of masked young people stormed the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus in south Delhi and targeted students in three hostels, unleashing mayhem with sticks, stones and iron rods, hitting inmates and breaking windows, furniture and personal belongings.Stone and iron bars, wooden rods, and then hitting prisoners and damages furniture, windows and personal belongings. At least 34 people were injured in the JNU.
“The result of the JNU attack is being seen elsewhere in our India… What Modi and Shah want is happening. Uddhav Thackeray-led party said the country is in danger, divisive politics is dangerous for the country”.
Terrorists who attacked Mumbai on November 26, 2008 were also masked and the same was seen at JNU. Such elements need to be exposed, it said.
“Allowing blood stains in universities, colleges and beating up of students and indulging in politics over the burning situation…such brutal politics was never seen before,” the Marathi publication said while terming the attack on JNU students as a “blot” on the law and order situation.
Lashing out at Amit Shah, the Sena said he his in Delhi and busy distributing official pamphlets door-to-door to promote the Citizenship Amendment Act.
There is “confusion and unrest” in the country over the new citizenship law, it pointed out.
“The Bhajpa wanted to see Hindu-Muslim riots over the issue, but that its dream will be not complete. The nationwide protests are not being done by Muslims alone. Hindus will also be affected due to the new Act,” the Shiv Sena said.It said the BJP has been cornered over the CAA issue.
Since the prevailing situationis “BJP versus the rest”, hence “out of revenge”, several things are happening, the Marathi daily said, adding that “there is room for doubt if the JNU attack was part of the revenge.”
The BJP has condemned the violence and said universities should stay away from politics, it noted.
“Who has brought violence and politics to universities in the past 5-years? Who is implementing the policy of destroying those who don’t agree with your ideology by use of power?” it asked.
Without taking any name, the Sena said those who call students opposing the CAA as anti-nationals, are themselves anti-national. Sena said, “When Amit Shah accuses Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi of inciting violence, they recognize that Gandhi’s brothers and sisters have the strength to go against the law brought by the Center on a large scale. Create awareness and bring people to the streets.”
One cannot say if the Gandhi siblings incited violence, but one thing is sure that the Union Home Minister and his party are forced to distribute pamphlets to “clarify” on the CAA, it said in sarcastic comments.