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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Delhi | March 10, 2017:: Crushing the mentality of Azadi People in some University campuses, Indian veteran statesman and Hindu think tank Dr Subramanian Swamy unequivocally preached for ‘Freedom of expression’ within ‘Constitutional framework’ upholding the values of ‘Bharatiya Sanskriti’, ‘Tradition of the Holy Land’ and ‘ Pride of Nationalism’.
Amid tight security BJP leader and MP of Rajya Sabha (Upper house of Indian Parliament) Dr Subramanian Swamy on Friday addressed students at the law faculty in Delhi University.
“Freedom of speech is a constitutional right but students in the last year’s episode of JNU were found inciting people against the country, the democracy in India is strong, nobody needs to teach us the values of democracy and tolerance” said Swamy addressing the students of Delhi University. The seminar was well attended by DU students and many dignitaries like DU Dean of Law Faculty Prof. Ved Kumari, Supreme court lawyer Monika Arora and Justice Iqbal Ahmad Ansari.
Touching on the topic of Ram Mandir Swamy said, “There is only place of birth of Lord Ram and that is Ayodhya, a mosque can be made nearby but in that spot, there should be a mandir (temple). There is a difference between a Masjid and Mandir, mosque can be shifted to another location but a mandir cannot be”.
Earlier this week Swamy was supposed to speak at the Delhi College of Arts and Commerce but the permission for the event was denied by the principal citing unauthorized invitation to the BJP leader.
“Students of India will not allow this disease of so-called ‘Azaadi’ in the country. The constitution does allow a Right to dissent but you do not have the right to break India” said Monika Arora amid huge round of applause.
Speaking on the law of sedition, former Chief justice of the Patna High Court, Iqbal Ahmed Ansari said that sedition is an intensely debatable subject and freedom of expression must not be an another name of intolerance.
Dr Swamy while parting asked the students to give more focus on the language of Sanskrit as most of the regional Indian languages are derived from it and it needs a better propagation in student community for understanding the ethos of tolerance and the essence of the culture of this country.
__with inputs from ENS.