Amidst mounting confusion regarding the anti-national element in the JNU student’s movement, Central Home Minister Rajnath Singh on last day conformed that the student’s movement had the backing of some terror outfits. Reports say that Ministry has a clear reason to conform that Jamaat-Ud-Dawah, a terror group backed by Lashkar-e-Taiba, supported the anti-national protest in Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. At the same time, suspecting the authenticity of the statement, the opposition parties and the leaders had demanded to publicise the proof, which is backing the ministry’s statement. Ridiculing the opposition’s speculations, spokesperson to the Home Ministry retorts that the report about the alleged terror link is given by an authentic agency. Anyhow, he refused to give further clarifications to the media queries. Earlier, while meeting media persons in Allahabad, Home Minister asserts that the recent incidents in the campus had the backing of terror outfit. Later, he avers that the country would not allow any activates which is potential enough to hurt our unity and integrity. He demands that the political parties should unite together to fight anti-national agendas. Through the micro-blogger, Twitter, handle, Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury demanded to publicise the concrete proof about the anti-national activates in JNU. Earlier this week, JNU student’s union president and AISF leader Kanhaiya Kumar was nabbed by the police authorities for conducting a program in favour of Parliament attack culprit Afzal Guru. The police allege that the organisers raised anti-national slogans during the meeting, which is held inside JNU campus. The student’s leader was booked with sedition and conspiracy charges. On the wake of the incidents, several leftist outfits and the students groups organised strong protest against the ruling-BJP government. Meanwhile, with a tear-filled eyes, Kanhaiya’s mother told reports that her son is not an anti-national person.
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