Watch: Ex-ABVP leader slams BJP over ‘3k Condom’ remarks, anti-Muslim ideology


On 17 February, Pradeep Narwal resigned from the post of joint secretary of the JNU’s ABVP unit because of the ‘anti-national’ incidents taking place on the campus.
In the video, as reported in Huffington Post, he begins with saying, “A few days back I was in the ABVP, now I am standing here.”
He  refer to what several BJP leaders have been saying about Muslims. “I read in a newspaper that four BJP leaders have said Muslims should be killed. I just want to tell them, if your nationalism doesn’t include the 20 crore Muslims of the country, I don’t want to believe in your nationalism.”
Referring to the Rajasthan BJP leader Gyandev Ahuja’s statement, Pradeep said:
“This BJP leader said, 3000 condoms are found in JNU everyday. What kind of a comment is that? If your nationalism doesn’t include respect for our women and our peers, I don’t agree with your nationalism.”
“Hum kya mangte? Azaadi! (What do we demand? Freedom.”
He then demands for freedom from poverty, from Brahmanical oppression, from communalism.

Source From Siasat

Please follow and like us:

more recommended stories

Coronavirus update