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India today sting operation: ABVP activist Akshat admit it's members behind the JNU attack

A sting operation was conducted by the English news channel, India Today, where an ABVP activist Akshat Awasthi who studies B.A French in JNU admitted that they did the violence on the campus. He narrated that they did because left-wing students of Periyar hostel attacked them first and this was a reaction to their action. Akshat explained that outside Sabarmati hostel, a meeting between teachers and students was being conducted and when the ABVP goons got to know about it, they attacked. And when teachers, students ran inside the hostels to hide, the goons barged inside the hostel. Src: https://bit.ly/39Vc1A9

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Prakash Javadekar on Deepika's JNU visit: It is democratic country, anyone can do anything

Senior BJP leader Prakash Javadekar expressed his views on the recent visit of Deepika Padukone on JNU. He said that it is a democratic country and anyone, any artist can go anywhere and put their opinions. When Javadekar was asked about BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh's comment on Deepika to boycott her films, he said, “I am also in the party and a minister… I am not saying so”. Src: https://bit.ly/2sPe4oG

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Should Deepika's movie 'Chhapaak' be boycotted because she stood against JNU violence?

Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone came out in support of JNU students who were brutally thrashed on Sunday evening by 50 masked goons. The actress was seen standing with JNU student protesters including Students Union President Aishe Ghosh and Kanhaiya Kumar. After her visit, several came out in support of her for taking a stand, whereas many voiced against her by trending #boycottChhapaak #Shameonbollywood #boycottdeepika on Twitter. Do you think the actress should be boycotted for taking a stand?

CAA unnecessary, will affect Hindus, Muslims both: Delhi CM Kejriwal

Speaking at an event in Delhi the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has presented his views over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA). He said that the Act is unnecessary legislation that will affect Hindus as well as Muslims. In addition to that, he had raised a question “where will we accommodate two crore Hindus from Pakistan?" The Act will affect people from both religions, Kejriwal added. Src: https://bit.ly/2FhUOCH

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