Sunday, May 8, 2016

Is Leftists ideology is making Jadavpur University as a Hub of Anti-National? Is hooliganism and Anti-Indian movement is getting more priority than education in JU? What’s wrong in screening of a film named “Buddha in a Traffic Jam”

It seems so, that once famous for its excellence now Jadavpur University become infamous for its Jehadi Anti-Nantional movements.
Even Bengal Governor says Jadavpur University Becoming 'Center For Disturbance'..

On 6th May’16 again clashes erupted in Jadavpur University over screening of Vivek Agnihotri’s film between Anti-Indian Leftist student group Vs ABVP’s extremists. Female students also allegedly molested by ABVP men.

Controversy has erupted on Friday 6th May’16 at Jadavpur University over the open air screening of Vivek Agnihotri’s film “Buddha In A Traffic Jam.” There were protests by university students and ABVP activists who had organised the screening. The university authorities on Friday filed a police complaint against four outsiders — three of them ABVP activists — for allegedly molesting some girl students.

The film was supposed to be screened at Triguna Sen Auditorium on the campus by the AVBP but was later cancelled. Despite protests by Left wing students, the film was screened on one of the university grounds. As Mr. Agnihotri’s car approached the campus, the Left wing students raised slogans such as “ABVP go back”, “RSS go back”, “Down with Fascism”. In the evening, the presence of Dramabaz BJP leaders like Roopa Ganguly outside the campus made the situation more volatile. 

Months ago, the university witnessed a similar situation when a section of students raised controversial slogans. Left wing students’ organization and AVBP activists had come face to face then. 

Jadavpur University is really becoming a hub of Anti-National when Anti-National activists can hold meeting in JU what’s wrong in screening of a film??

Buddha in a Traffic Jam is a film - Starring Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, Mahie Gill, and Arunoday Singh, 'Buddha in a Traffic Jam' aims to “expose the nexus between NGOs, naxalites and the academia”. The film is directed by Vivek Agnihotri.Eighty per cent of the film was shot at Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad, and the cast and crew stayed at the campus.

Riots broke out in Jadavpur University as members of left-aligned student union clashed with volunteers of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) over the screening of Buddha at a traffic jam. Several ABVP workers were rushed to hospital amid the clashes. High alert has been issued by local police.

The controversy triggered off when the director Vivek Agnihotri reached Jadavpur University to screen his movie. However, the students of All India Students’ Association (AISA), Students’ Federation of India (SFI) and Democratic Students Union (DSU) staged a massive protest and gheraoed the filmmaker. Not only was his screening cancelled by the student union, but Agnihotri was demanded to leave the campus at earliest. 

Four ABVP supporters were detained by Kolkata Police after clashes broke out between them and Left-wing supporters of Jadavpur University.
The agitating students said they have nothing against the screening of the film, but were protesting against the "divisive content" in it, which also stars Anupam Kher.
Some female students were allegedly molested during the melee that ensued after the incident, police said.

In the end  we must give credit to VC Suranjan Ghosh Dastidar for controlling the situation from getting worse.

Actually student unrest has become a common phenomenon in Jadavpur University. The screening of a film, cleared by the Censor Board, was stopped illegally. The trend of CPI(M) and Left-backed student unions of JU has been to stop anything that is against their ideology, which is totally against the country’s democratic set up.
In-fact these leftists’ student groups are harmful for society they are nothing but a bunch of Lumpen & Hooligans.I have already written about it:

Apart from it we must also condemn Saffronic Extremism of ABVP as they can’t take laws in to their hand. India’s secularism and religious harmony must be prevailed but above all India’s integrity should get top priority.

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