A Facebook post by the daughter of a Kargil martyr, Gurmehar Kaur created a big row as she came out to voice against ABVP in the wake of the violence at Ramjas College of Delhi University. Keep reading this blog by CRB Tech Reviews for the latest update.
Gurmehar Kaur took a stand against the clash that took place at Ramjas college opposing ABVP claimed that she was receiving now rape threats.
After several reactions on that facebook post made by the same college student Gurmehar Kaur, Congress VP Rahul Gandhi gave his remark on February 27 and said that whenever there will be any intolerance people like Gurmehar will come out.
He added that against any fear of tyranny, their party will stand with the students. For every voice raised in anger, intolerance and ignorance there’ll be a Gurmehar.
A Facebook post by the daughter of a Kargil martyr, Gurmehar created a huge row as she came out to speak against ABVP in the wake of the violence at Ramjas College of Delhi University. Gurmehar has also alleged that she got rape threats after her social media campaign against the ABVP went viral.
Earlier on February 26, BJP MP Pratap Simha from Karnataka made a controversial remark against her. The BJP MP has compared Gurmehar with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. In the post, Gurmehar is addressed as a soldier’s daughter and is compared with Dawood, who is addressed as the son of a policeman.
Union Minister of Sates Kiren Rijiju took to twitter and tweeted this incident. He said that he doesn’t know who’s polluting this young girl’s mind. A strong Arm Force prevents a war. India never attacked anyone but a weaker India was always invaded.
Earlier, clashes took place between activists of the All India Students Association (AISA) and the RSS’ student wing ABVP outside Ramjas College here last week, a day after the ABVP forced suspension of an event to be addressed by Umar Khalid, a JNU student.
The daughter of Kargil martyr’s daughter, Gurmehar Kaur who found herself at the receiving end after she spoke against the student wing has decided to pull out of the Save DU campaign and have confirmed that she will not participate in the march organised by the DU and JNU.
Gurmehar on February 28 said that she had been through a lot and requested people to let be on her own. She also said that the campaign was not a political movement but a student’s movement and that the march organised was not about her but the students. But Gurmehar requested everyone to go out in huge numbers while saying that people questioning her courage must know that she had shown enough.
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