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JNU row turning hot

Its a matter of shame that the JNU violence is turning hot and now it spills on the court premises. Even before the JNU Students Union President has been booked for sedition and brought to court for the day’s proceedings, groups of lawyers attacked journalists and it appears free for all from that moment. It is a matter of concern that among other a BJP legislator is seen assaulting a left activist. Moreover both the JNU students and reporters were roughened up in the melee and the law order situation went out of hand. After all the happenings now Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached out to Congress and other parties by convening a meeting with them. The meeting comes in the backdrop of criticism from the opposition, especially the Congress that has accused him of being hell-bent on confrontation and failing to take other parties into confidence. Thus a stalemate has reached in this sensitive issue and it is time to achieve an amicable solution to the pressing problem relating to national security.

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