New Delhi: A delegation of Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha (BJYM) today met Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju and demanded action against JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar and JNU teacher Nivedita Menon for their alleged anti-India tirade.
In a memorandum to Rijiju, the BJYM delegation led by its national spokesperson Shivam Chhabra said that the two have been “instigating anti-India sentiments” among JNU students besides speaking against martyrs like Bhagat Singh and the country’s forces.
The BJYM also demanded immediate action against the duo including their arrest, saying they have tried to incite students against the country through their lectures on the campus.
The BJYM leaders also accused the two of vitiating the atmosphere in and outside the JNU campus and playing with the lives and careers of students.
“There is a public sentiment against them, especially among students,” the memorandum added.