JNU - SENSELESS - STUDENTS, AFTER THE RELEASE THE SO CALLED LEADER HAS BECOME MORE VIOLENT- DISGRACING THIS NATION.
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Sub : JNU - SENSELESS - STUDENTS, AFTER THE RELEASE THE SO CALLED LEADER HAS BECOME MORE VIOLENT- DISGRACE TO THIS NATION.
Ref : On Thursday, two hours after he was freed on interim bail, JNU students union president Kanhaiya Kumar took the fight to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the BJP, HRD Minister Smriti Irani and the RSS in an impassioned address that blended the personal with the political. Several times, he underlined that his message was meant for the campus and beyond.
Kanhaiya Kumar's speech below- ( nothing learned from the jail )
“They said I raised slogans about freedom. They asked me why I wanted freedom from India. But I want to set this straight. I do not want freedom from India, but freedom in India,” Kumar told a gathering, mostly of students, who cheered — and hung on to — almost every line.
Referring to Modi’s speech in Parliament earlier in the day, Kumar said, “Modiji was talking about Stalin and Khrushchev in Parliament. When I heard him speaking I felt like jumping into the TV screen, grabbing his suit and saying — ‘Modiji, please speak about Hitler a little’. Forget about Hitler, talk about Mussolini whose black cap you wear, who (RSS founder M S) Golwalkar sahab went to meet.”
“We will fight for Umar (Khalid) and Anirban (Bhattacharya). Let the courts decide what is ‘deshdroh’ (anti-national) and what is ‘deshbhakti’ (patriotism), Madam Smriti Irani will not decide this because we are not her children,” he said, referring to the two other JNU students who were arrested.
Kumar even latched on to Modi’s post on Twitter, after Irani’s reply to the discussion on the death of Hyderabad student Rohith Vemula and the JNU sedition row. “Modiji tweeted Satyamev Jayate. I also say ‘PMji, I have huge differences in opinion with you, but Satyamev Jayate is from the Constitution. Today, I also say to you Satyamev Jayate’.”
Taking a dig at Modi’s radio address, he said, “The PM talks about Mann ki Baat but does not listen.”
Prepared with answers for his critics, the student leader said, “They were saying on one side soldiers are dying. I want to salute them for their service. A BJP MP in parliament said that ‘jawans are dying on the border’. I want to ask you. Is your brother there? In this country, the crores of farmers who are dying.
As Kumar spoke, approval poured in on social media. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “What a brilliant speech by Kanhaiya...” CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury tweeted, “Lal salaam comrade Kanhaiya. Free India’s hopes rest on your shoulders.”
Kumar also used the BJP’s vote share in the 2014 general elections to buttress his argument. “69 per cent of the country do not believe in your ideology. Even the 31 per cent who voted for you were fooled by your jumla. We Indians forget easily but we still remember all the ‘Jumla’ used during election campaign,” he said.
Kumar, a PhD scholar at the Centre for African Studies, sought to converge the movement against Rohith’s death and charges of sedition against JNU students. “All this was planned. All this was planned to derail the movement seeking justice for Rohith Vemula and Occupy UGC (the recent agitation against the proposed scrapping of PhD fellowships). I have not said this before, but my family earns Rs 3,000 a month. Without JNU, I would not be able to do a PhD,” Kumar said.
As he wound down, Kumar circled back to where it all started — the speech for “azadi”. He urged students raise the slogans of ‘azadi’ again, but with context. “...for all the country to hear that we do not want freedom from India, but from those looting the nation... hum kya chahtein hai...brashtachar se...bhookmari se....hum lekar rehenge...tum kuch bhi kar lo. (What do we want...from corruption...from starvation...we will get it...you do what you will).”
A disciple is he who follows the instructions of the Guru to the letter and spirit, and who propagates the teachings of the Guru to less evolved souls in the path till the end of his life.
A true disciple is concerned only with the divine nature of the Guru. The Guru's action as man is not the disciple's concern. He is totally oblivious of it. To him, the Guru is Guru even if he acts unconventionally. Always remember that the nature of a saint is unfathomable. Judge him not. Measure not his divine nature with the inadequate yardstick of your ignorance. Criticise not your Guru's action which is done on universal vision.
True discipleship opens the vision. It kindles the spiritual fire. It awakens the dormant faculties. It is most necessary in one's journey along the spiritual path. Guru and disciple become one. The Guru blesses, guides, and inspires the disciple. He transmits his spiritual power to him. He transforms and spiritualises him.
To approach a Guru, you must be a proper Adhikari (qualified person). Correct understanding, non-attachment to worldly objects, serenity of mind, restraint of the senses, absence of base passions, faith in the Guru, and devotion to God are the necessary equipment with which the aspirant has to approach the Guru.
The Guru will impart spiritual instructions only to that aspirant who thirsts for liberation, who duly obeys the injunctions of the Shastras, who has subdued his passions and senses, who has a calm mind, and who possesses virtuous qualities like mercy, cosmic love, patience, humility, endurance, forbearance, etc. Initiation into the mysteries of Brahman will fructify only when the disciple's mind becomes desireless, and will produce Jnana in it.
Mere study of books cannot make one a Guru. One who has studied the Vedas and who has direct knowledge of Atman through Anubhava can only be enrolled as a Guru. A Jivanmukta or a liberated sage is the real Guru or spiritual preceptor. He is the Satguru. He is identical with Brahman or the Supreme Self. He is a Knower of Brahman.
Possession of Siddhis is not the test to declare the greatness of a sage or to prove he has attained Self-realisation. Satgurus do not exhibit any miracles or Siddhis. Sometimes they may exhibit them in order to convince the aspirants of the existence of super physical things, give them encouragement, and instil faith in their hearts. A Satguru is endowed with countless Siddhis. He possesses all divine Aisvarya, all the wealth of the Lord.
The Satguru is Brahman Himself. He is an ocean of bliss, knowledge and mercy. He is the captain of your soul. He is the fountain of joy. He removes all your troubles, sorrows and obstacles. He shows you the right divine path. He tears your veil of ignorance. He makes you immortal and divine. He transmutes your lower, diabolical nature. He gives you the rope of knowledge and saves you when you are drowning in this ocean of Samsara. Do not consider him to be only a man. If you take him as a man, you are a beast. Worship your Guru and bow to him with reverence.
Guru is God. A word from him is a word from God. He need not teach anything. Even his presence or company is elevating, inspiring and stirring. The very company itself is self-illumination. Living in his company is spiritual education. Read ‘Sri Granth Sahib’. You will come to know the greatness of Guru.
Man can learn only from a man, and hence God teaches through a human body. In your Guru, you have your human ideal of perfection. He is the pattern from which you wish to mould yourself. Your mind will readily be convinced that such a great soul is fit to be worshipped and revered.
Guru is the Moksha-Dvara. He is the gateway to the transcendental Truth-Consciousness. But, it is the aspirant that has to enter through it. The Guru is a help, but the actual task of practical Sadhana falls on the aspirant himself.
1. Teachers of the JNU are the failed lot in their duty to mend the students, and keep discipline,
2. The academic degrees / Doctorates are no value if they are incapable to maintain order in the institution,
3. Educational Institutions are the place of Goddess Saraswathi, where these types of activities should not be allowed,
4. A student, not higher than Nation's PM,.AND OTHER MINISTERS, abusing them, is equal to digging his own burial ground. he is the black mark to the Nation.
5. A student do not know respect his elders, he should be reprimanded for his deeds.
6. There is no respect to a student to be called as Phd Scholar, who has no qualities of a disciple,
7. The present situation is man-made -( by ) the Asuric congress, communists, and followed by stupid opposition, adamant to destroy this country.
8. In my notes mentioned the qualities of a disciple and teacher, these qualities are absent in JNU-STUDENTS AND TEACHERS - A BIG SHAME TO THIS NATION.
9. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “What a brilliant speech by Kanhaiya...” CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury tweeted, “Lal salaam comrade Kanhaiya. Free India’s hopes rest on your shoulders.”
10. These two demons kejriwal and yechury like are the culprits pouring oil to the fire, these jokers are failures all through the years, just know back-door, manipulations, throw them out of politics and replace with good divine ones!
11. You know the truth an Asura dream future with another asura, as we now As yechury placing free India's hopes hot headed characterless shoulders!
12. Matter is not ending here, this idiot Kanhaiya Kumar, and his stupid followers, with inefficient teachers, kindled the blaze, Lord knows what will follow soon?
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