KANHAIYA SLAMS MODI, CLAIMS STUDENTS ARE AGAINST GOVT
Kanhaiya Kumar, president of the JNU students union, launched an attack on PM Narendra Modi while addressing a student’s convention in Mumbai on Saturday. Kumar said students will form a united opposition to oust the Modi government in the next parliamentary elections. He also assailed the prime minister for failing to visit Maharashtra’s drought-stricken areas. “I don’t know whether there is an opposition in parliament, but students are very much agitating on the streets. This will now become a mass movement. We will unite the opposition and ensure your defeat in the next elections,” warned Kumar.
He was speaking at Adarsh Sansthan at Chembur, at an event organised by several leftist student organisations. After being turned away from a number of venues, the organisers finally got permission to hold the event at Janata Shikshan Sansthan at Worli.
JNU student union leader Kanhaiya Kumar at an event in Chembur, Mumbai, on Saturday.