Can Kanhaiya Say all JNU male students are rapists?


JNU students' union presidentJawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students’ Union Kanhaiya Kumar was taken into custody on February 12, 2016, on sedition charge for making ‘anti-national’ remarks and lodged in Tihar jail in Delhi. The honorable High Court of Delhi granted him interim bail for six months.

I respect the High Court’s decision, but can’t support a situation in which a court orders the release of a ‘suspect’ and the suspect restarts creating the same nuisance that had triggered the whole issue.  
Kanhaiya was arrested for making anti-national remarks and supporting some extremists. After being released he stated that he was not against India. Now he re-triggered the issue by alleging that India Army rapes women in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). He made the controversial statement while addressing a group of JNU students on the occasion of International Women's Day.

There might be a few cases of alleged rapes of women in J&K by military men; after-all no house is with a toilet. But, Kanhaiya was definitely wrong to blame the whole Indian Army.  He crossed his limits. He must apolozise.

There might be some cases of sexual assaults by some male students of JNU. Can he say that JNU male students are rapists? An increasing number of rapes and sexual assaults are occurring in Delhi. The December 16, 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape case shook the whole world. Can Kanhaiya say Delhi males rape women.
Moreover, Kanhaiya and his supporters, who argue that the Indian Constitution has provided them with the “right to free expression,” must keep it in mind that the Indian Constitution also prescribes some limits on the use of such fundamental rights. 
3/10/2016
Can Kanhaiya Say all JNU male students are rapists?

JNU students' union presidentJawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students’ Union Kanhaiya Kumar was taken into custody on February 12, 2016, on sedition charge for making ‘anti-national’ remarks and lodged in Tihar jail in Delhi. The honorable High Court of Delhi granted him interim bail for six months.

I respect the High Court’s decision, but can’t support a situation in which a court orders the release of a ‘suspect’ and the suspect restarts creating the same nuisance that had triggered the whole issue.  
Kanhaiya was arrested for making anti-national remarks and supporting some extremists. After being released he stated that he was not against India. Now he re-triggered the issue by alleging that India Army rapes women in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). He made the controversial statement while addressing a group of JNU students on the occasion of International Women's Day.

There might be a few cases of alleged rapes of women in J&K by military men; after-all no house is with a toilet. But, Kanhaiya was definitely wrong to blame the whole Indian Army.  He crossed his limits. He must apolozise.

There might be some cases of sexual assaults by some male students of JNU. Can he say that JNU male students are rapists? An increasing number of rapes and sexual assaults are occurring in Delhi. The December 16, 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape case shook the whole world. Can Kanhaiya say Delhi males rape women.
Moreover, Kanhaiya and his supporters, who argue that the Indian Constitution has provided them with the “right to free expression,” must keep it in mind that the Indian Constitution also prescribes some limits on the use of such fundamental rights.