High court in this country is becoming highly responsible as a judiciary as Kanhaiya gets bail and a lesson on thoughts that infect the society like gangrene came good. Taking a strict view against “anti-national slogans raised in the campus of JNU, the High Court granted a conditional six month interim bail to JNUSU President with an assurance that he would not or passively participate in such activity. With this HC has taught a lesson to the erring student, who go on rampage in the name of spoiling the image of the country. The anti-national activity cannot be claimed to be protected as fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression and this kind of infection which needs to be controlled before it becomes epidemic. It is a matter of great concern that the if some infection is spread in a limp and effort should be made to cure the same by giving antibiotics orally and if that does not work, by following second line of treatment and the same should not spread to the extent that it become gangrene and then amputation is the only treatment. The finely worded court judgement is a landmark one and the students participating in such anti-national activity should have forethought before doing so for vested interest.
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