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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Indian renaissance didn't arrive for this

[A rational, clear-thinking, well-educated youth is the most important resource India needs for her future] @beloome http://swarajyamag.com/politics/who-will-speak-for-the-students/ …

"A rational, clear-thinking, well-educated youth is the most important resource India needs for her future. It is time that we wake up to the fact that the great demographic advantage that we have; namely, our very large young population, will remain an advantage only to the extent when we as a society and nation can nurture their dreams, facilitate their self-discovery processes and provide with them meaningful educational opportunities. Let us not destroy our future for petty, short-term political gains." — etc etc etc. 

This is all very good. But if the JNU episode has prompted you to write this then you are not really addressing the matter. With all those good arguments and with all that good rhetoric you cannot justify the kind of sloganeering that was heard, Bharat ke hazar hazar tukade banenge, Bharat down down. Indian renaissance didn't arrive for this. Coming as it is from a campus you have to address this issue. Otherwise it is all goody-goody stuff. I want a solution for this. My one solution is Black Fire must be met with White Fire.

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