PM Modi has tweeted that ‘I urge the young colleagues of colleges and universities in the country to understand their importance. Understand the importance of those institutions where you are studying. Discuss the decisions and policies of the government. Debate. If you find something wrong, then perform it democratically. Please reach out to the government This government understands listening to your every thing and feeling. This is the second tweet from the Prime Minister. About the students.

He also tweeted a tweet on Monday. Prime Minister Modi should also do some tweets about his MPs. BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP RK Sinha’s tweet should see them. On one hand, the Prime Minister is asking the students to understand the importance of their institutions, but on the other hand, the MPs of his party are calling Jamia the base of terrorists. On one hand, the Prime Minister says that students should understand the importance of their institutions.

On the other hand his party’s senior MP RK Sinha calls Jamia the base of terrorist. The students of Jamia make stones of Kashmir. The above leaders say something and the other leaders say the same which is the language of WhatsApp University. After this statement by RK Sinha, should the Prime Minister not appeal to his MPs to understand the meaning of the university before appealing to the students.

On 26th June 2020 : The statement by the 13 experts, issued by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, said: “These defenders, many of them students, appear to have been arrested simply because they exercised their right to denounce and protest against the CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act), and their arrest seems clearly designed to send a chilling message to India’s vibrant civil society that criticism of government policies will not be tolerated.’’

“Authorities should immediately release all human rights defenders who are currently being held in pre-trial detention without sufficient evidence, often simply on the basis of speeches they made criticising the discriminatory nature of the CAA.”

The signatories to Friday’s statement are eight UN special rapporteurs and five members of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention. Besides Safura Zargar, they have demanded the release of students Meeran Haider, Gulfisha Fatima, Asif Iqbal, Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal, Aam Aadmi Party supporter Khalid Saifi, Jamia alumnus Shifa Ur Rehman, Gorakhpur doctor Kafeel Khan, JNU alumnus Sharjeel Imam and Assam peasant leader Akhil Gogoi.

Opposition parties, film personalities, European Parliament member Maria Arena, the American Bar Association, Amnesty International and several human rights groups across the world have called for the release of political prisoners, especially Safura Zargar, after the police swoop on them during the pandemic-triggered lockdown. Many of them are charged under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, which is invoked to prosecute acts of terrorism.

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