Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union President Kanhaiya Kumar proclaimed on Thursday night, that what the students needed was "freedom in India, not freedom from India."
Addressing a huge gathering of students on the grounds, not long after release from Tihar Jail, Mr. Kumar said: "It is not azadi from India, it is azadi in India [we want]... from the degenerate practices that are going ahead inside the nation." Mr. Kumar made his blazing speech at the same spot where he had addressed students only a day prior to his capture.
In his "home-coming" speech, Mr. Kumar tackled the BJP government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that the college and its students were focused on in light of the fact that they tackled the government through Occupy UGC development and requested justice for Hyderabad University understudy Rohith Vemula.
"The assault on JNU is an arranged one as they need to de-legitimize the UGC dissent, and to weaken the battle for justice for Rohith Vemula," he said, amid loud cheers.
He began his one-hour long address by expressing gratitude toward everybody who supported him and the college amid the crisis, before focusing on the government.
Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar said on Thursday that the BJP government did not take compassionate to any feedback of its functioning or ideology.
Addressing a huge gathering of students on the grounds, not long after his release from Tihar Jail on between time safeguard, Mr. Kumar said: "We Indians overlook effectively yet the dramatization this time was big to the point that despite everything we recall all the "Jumla" utilized amid election campaign. On the off chance that you speak against the government, their digital cell will send your doctored videos and include the quantity of condoms your hostel; 69 per cent people of this nation voted against their ideology. Just 31 per cent are the individuals who were fooled by their 'Jumlebaazi'."
Further clarifying the expression "azadi" that is regularly utilized by JNU students amid their speeches, Mr. Kumar said: "I need to tell the whole country, today, what is the azadi that we request. We need azadi from capitalism, from brahminism, from casteism, this is the sort of azadi that we need."
He additionally spoke to the students about his time in prison. Mr. Kumar went to the JNU grounds subsequent to meeting a few leaders at the CPI office. He will likewise address a question and answer session alongside the senior party leaders on Friday.