My Take

My Take is my comments posted on different websites - Punyatma Sharan

February 19, 2016

  • Created on Friday, 19 February 2016 21:38
  • Published on Friday, 19 February 2016 21:38
  • Written by Punyatma Sharan, Founder/CEO - PolityIndia.Com, has a BA (Political Science) from India and MBA (Finance) from USA.

There is a lot of discussion going on about the happenings at JNU...I have seen a lot of videos and I just wanted to share my take on it...I do not have any problem if people are raising slogans against any political party including BJP or Narendra Modi...Political opposition is always good for democracy...I strongly object to people raising anti-India slogans in the name of FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION...They should know the difference between political opposition and crossing the line which puts them in the category of being anti-national...They described the killing of Afzal Guru as Judicial killing...What do these people want? Should the Government of India honour him and Ajmal Kasab with Bharat Ratna? Freedom of expression is meaningless if it is not supported by reasoning and mature thinking...These kind of people should go and live in a country where they can find peace and happiness and an atmosphere conducive to their concept of freedom of expression...I also oppose those people who talk about making India a HINDU RASHTRA...These people should migrate to Nepal - a former Hindu country...It is so unfortunate and tragic that almost all the political parties are trying to milk the situation to their advantage...I wish they realise that they are living in 2016 and not 1516...May God Bless India! 


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