Next time you cry about "lawlessness" in the country, remember how you turned your backs on students getting beaten up for protesting fee hike. Remember how you sided with the establishment in their attempt to make education inaccessible to the poor.

They just cannot comprehend the possibility of comparitively richer folks offering solidarity to the Left movement. It's beyond them to understand why the "rich students" will walk with their comrades.

That's where "JNU kids wear branded clothes" is coming from.

Data says over half of JNU students can afford the fee hike. Data also says it's not a big deal if the other half drops out of college because it is known that only richer half is entitled to education.

Data is political.

Offering solidarity to the students protesting the fee hike at JNU, as a beneficiary of subsidised education and a "tax-paying citizen".

A state must ensure universal public education. Any attempts to make education inaccessible must be condemned.


None required. That the original comment is from a stupid cowmutr drunkard sticks out with stark clarity!!

@dearthofsid Whichever I***t has said this must also know where JNU ranks as a university, and how many IITians leave the country. And how many are ending their lives unable to cope - fees certainly being one of the issues.

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