In A Shocking Video, Young Men Heckled JNU Students And Called Them ‘Anti-National’

A shocking video surfaced on social media which saw tow young men heckling JNU students, who were out for a movie in Delhi’s Vasant Vihar.

The video was posted by Aekta Kapoor on Septemeber 20, 2016. She wrote,”Witnessed hooligans heckling JNU students.”

In the video, the two men created a ruckus and called the students as ‘Pakistani’ and ‘Anti-National’.

They also showed their middle finger and said,”That’s what [Frederick] Engels said. That’s what Karl Marx said.”

When they didn’t stop shouting,t hey were asked to leave by the police.

The incident raises very serious concern as the hatred, formed on biased and non-factual views, is spreading into real life.

Surprisingly, the incident comes six months after  JNU sedition controversy which polarized the country. It was alleged that ‘anti-national’ slogans were raised in the campus during an event which led arrest of JNstudentsts leader Kanhaiya Kumar and other students.


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