Releasing Kanhaiya From Jail Helps Him Gain More 'Popularity'

JNU students' union presidentKanhaiya Kumar, the president of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students’ Union, was not known outside the premises of the university until recently. He instantly gained attention last month, thanks to his controversial remarks as well as to media that helped his remarks spread like a jungle fire.

Government machinery helped Kanhaiya Kumar gain more fame/notoriety by putting him jail. Putting a person who crosses the limits of right to free expression is not wrong; but failing to ensure that such a garrulous person with anti-national feelings remains behind the bars is certainly wrong. After coming out of prison, Kanhaiya Kumar got more support from opponents of the union government and thus gained more courage to speak against the nation.

Kanhaiya was taken into custody on 12th of February on sedition charge and lodged in Delhi’s Tihar jail. On 2nd of March, Delhi High Court granted him interim bail for six months.
3/10/2016
Releasing Kanhaiya From Jail Helps Him Gain More 'Popularity'
JNU students' union presidentKanhaiya Kumar, the president of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students’ Union, was not known outside the premises of the university until recently. He instantly gained attention last month, thanks to his controversial remarks as well as to media that helped his remarks spread like a jungle fire.

Government machinery helped Kanhaiya Kumar gain more fame/notoriety by putting him jail. Putting a person who crosses the limits of right to free expression is not wrong; but failing to ensure that such a garrulous person with anti-national feelings remains behind the bars is certainly wrong. After coming out of prison, Kanhaiya Kumar got more support from opponents of the union government and thus gained more courage to speak against the nation.

Kanhaiya was taken into custody on 12th of February on sedition charge and lodged in Delhi’s Tihar jail. On 2nd of March, Delhi High Court granted him interim bail for six months.