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Heinous statement: BJP leader offered prize worth five-lakh for cutting off Kanhaiya’s tongue

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A BJP youth wing leader from Budaun said that he will pay Rs 5 lakh to anyone who cuts off JNSU president Kanhaiya Kumar’s tongue.

Party leader Kuldeep Varshney has said that Kanhaiya should be punished for speaking against the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

According to Varshney, Kanhaiya was targeting everyone after shouting anti-national slogans.

Kanhaiya has insulted our parent organisation RSS and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speech at JNU campus and provoked others to raise slogans against ‘Bharat Mata’. His tongue should be chopped off. Anyone who would opt for it, I would give him Rupees 5 lakh,” Kuldeep Varshney had said.

According to reports, Kuldeep Varshney has been expelled by the BJP for six years, after his statement went viral.

On the other hand there are poster being put up in Delhi which announces prize of Rs 11 lakhs to one who shoots Kanhaiya Kumar.

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The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union president on Friday said that Hyderabad University research scholar Rohith Vemula was his icon and not Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.

Released on interim bail from Tihar Jail, Kanhaiya on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Prime Minister in a celebratory speech at the campus.

“I have many differences with the Prime Minister but I agree with his tweet Satyamev Jayate,” Kanhaiya said.

The tweet, incidentally, was the one in which Modi lauded HRD minister Smriti Irani’s speech defending the Centre’s stand in the sedition case against Kanhaiya and other JNU students.

Condemning the February 9 event on the campus where anti-national slogans were raised, Kanhaiya said: “We strongly condemn what happened at the university on February 9. It’s for the court to decide if that was ‘raaj droh’ (sedition) or not. We’ve full faith in the judiciary and the constitution.”

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