JNU students blacken V. D. Savarkar Marg’s signboard; rename it “Mohammad Ali Jinnah Marg”

In a shocking turn of events, the sign board of ‘V. D. Savarkar Marg’ in the JNU campus, was blackened allegedly by students of the university. A poster of Mohammad Ali Jinnah with a new sign proclaiming the road as Mohammad Ali Jinnah Marg has also appeared.

The left-Islamist activists masquerading as students in JNU have never camouflaged their hatred for freedom fighter V.D. Savarkar. So when a decision of naming the road inside the campus, which leads to the Subansir Hostel, after the Hindutva ideologue was taken by the JNU administration last year, the left-controlled JNU Student’s Union had obviously opposed this.

The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) student body alleges that the defacing of the newly put signboard was done by the JNU Students’ Union (JNUSU) who first repainted the board as  “B R Ambedkar Marg”.

JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh, recently in the news for leading the hooliganism which rocked JNU over the manufactured ‘hostel fee hike’ issue, soon took to social media to boast this defacement of the sign with the caption, “We can never ever accept apologists and stooges of the British who undermined our secular fabric. Let’s respect those who gave us our constitution. #NoToSavarkar

Those interested in knowing who were the real stooges of the British during the independence struggle should read this excellent pieceThe Communist betrayal of the Indian Freedom Struggle’.

Shortly after this post, the signboard was defaced again, and this time a picture of Jinnah appeared with the words ‘Mohammad Ali Jinnah Marg’.

The fascination with Mohammad Ali Jinnah among the Islamists in Bharat like Sharjeel Imam and a major portion of the student community in universities like AMU (university founded by the father of the two-nation theory Syed Ahmed Khan) has made itself apparent in the past couple of years. Hence, when the newly baptized “B R Ambedkar Marg” was turned into a ‘Mohammad Ali Jinnah Marg’, no student union or their leaders had the gumption to challenge it.

This again shows how Indian leftists – in or outside campus – are working hand in glove with Islamists and other Breaking India forces. The depravity of JNU has anyway ceased to surprise anymore.

That the Islamists of Bharat could never set themselves free from the umbilical chord that joins them to Jinnah is explained by the concept of ‘Islamic brotherhood’ – It is the ummah they believe in and care for.

But that some Hindu-borns like Aishe Ghosh find it so easy to hate a Hindu icon and shed no tears over the plight of Hindus living in Islamic countries shows how years and years of misinformation channeled through the Nehruvian education system has taught Hindus of Bharat to hate themselves, while preserving the idea of Islamic brotherhood in Muslims through madrassas and more.

The appalling lack of education in the JNUSU President is conspicuous in how she, claiming to be a ‘secular’, pays homage to B R Ambedkar while calling Savarkar a ‘British stooge’. The architect of Bharat’s constitution was not very fond of the idea of retaining the Muslim populace in partitioned Bharat after the formation of Pakistan. He was always a proponent of an absolute exchange of population.

The myth of Savarkar being an apologist has also run an extended course, and it is about time less-than-informed people, Ms. Ghosh for instance, are exposed to reality. Firstly, unlike what his ideological rivals perpetuate, Savarkar had written clemency petitions, and not an “apology letter”. The clemency petition was a common instrument used by revolutionaries, rotting in brutal prisons like Andaman’s Cellular Jail, to get released. It was employed by Sachindranath Sanyal as well, and he was released too. Savarkar, on the other hand, was not granted release in exchange of the letter, because he was clearly perceived to be a greater threat to the Empire. Even when he was released, he was confined to a small region of Maharashtra to keep him cut off from the mainstream independence struggle.

As per reports received till the compiling of this report, Jinnah’s face and name continues to adorn the road passing through the University campus situated in the heart of Bharat. This is the man who severed Bharat into two halves for meeting his religious supremacist motives, and who has the blood of millions of Hindus on his hands. The Noakhali riots or Direct-Action Day are not just days and events in the dead past.

Jinnah’s mindset is dormant but not dead, it haunts Bharat long after the partition and his death, in the form of numerous riots, Kashmiri Pandit genocide, anti-CAA protests, and anti-Hindu Delhi riots.


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