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‘Anti-National Slogans Were Raised’

Maheish Girri, the BJP MP who filed an FIR against the controversial event in JNU.

‘Anti-National Slogans Were Raised’
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‘Anti-National Slogans Were Raised’
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2016-02-20T01:18:08+05:30

Sporting diamond earstuds and rings of sapphire and emerald on his fingers, Maheish Girri, the BJP MP from East Delhi, is not in the same league as other firebrands like Yogi Adityanath and Giriraj Singh. But mention nationalism and Girri, who filed an FIR on the controversial event in JNU, gets into his elements. He tells Bula Devi those who raised anti-India slogans at JNU should not be spared.

JNU students have organised such events earlier. Why is the BJP making this event such a big issue?

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