Bollywood Celebrities Condemn JNU Attack
Bollywood famous people, for example, Taapsee Pannu, Swara Bhasker, Kritika Kamra, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and more get voices together with understudies and denounce the disgraceful assault on JNU Students and educators in Delhi.
A few men with faces secured, who recognized themselves as “patriots and supporters of ABVP”, accumulated outside the North Gate of Jawaharlal Nehru University on Sunday evening, holding sticks and bars, and raising “Bharat Mata ki Jai” trademarks. The gathering assaulted understudies and teachers, harming them seriously.
Bollywood big names took to their internet based life profiles and pummeled the demonstration and asked individuals to unite against goons.
On-screen character Taapsee Pannu expressed, “Such is the condition inside what we consider to be where our future is molded. It’s getting scarred until the end of time. Irreversible harm. What sort of taking care of business is going on here, it’s there for us to see….saddening”
Entertainer Sonam K Ahuja shared, “Stunning appalling and weak. Have the balls to at any rate show your face when you need to assault honest people.”
Swara Bhasker who has been extremely vocal about the entire occurrence from the beginning, took to her online networking and said thanks to everybody for the help. She stated, “My mother is sheltered. JNU is quiet until further notice and the entryways are open! Endless appreciation to the resident protestors of Delhi who appeared at JNU principle door prior today around evening time you spared JNU! On account of the media and columnists who took a chance with their very own security and gave us what fear was released 2day”
On-screen character Kritika Kamra pummeled the media expressed, “Urban naxals, tukde-tukde group, enemies of nationals, mughalon ki aulaad, desh ke gaddaron ko goli maaro saalon ko…Where have you heard these terms and trademarks previously? It’s no advanced science to figure who these “knaves” inside and outside #JNU are. Quit rationalizing now. Enough.”
After Jamia and AMU occurrence, this is the most merciless state supported assault on JNU understudies.