The name of Jawaharlal Nehru University is once again in controversy. Videos of controversial sloganeering have surfaced at an event organized by the JNU Students’ Union to mark the death anniversary of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar and the anniversary of the demolition of the Babri structure. In these videos, there has been a demand for the construction of Babri Masjid again. Not only this, controversy has erupted since then, and even after this, JNU Students’ Union Vice President Saket Moon has justified this sloganeering. In the videos that are going viral on social media, he was also seen shouting slogans. Talking to the media, Moon said that the slogans were raised and there is nothing wrong with it.


In a program organized in JNU on Monday, Saket Moon had said that if the Supreme Court had said that the demolition of the Babri Masjid was wrong, then why was the decision to build a temple on the entire land. Not only this, Moon said that this decision was wrong and justice should be done. Its justice would be that those who demolished the Babri Masjid should be punished and it should be rebuilt once again.

Moon said that we had raised slogans of Hashimpura, Dadri, and Babri. He said the way Hashimpura and Dadri are symbols of injustice. Similarly, the demolition of the Babri structure is also unfair and it can be removed only when Babri Masjid is built. However, the JNU Students’ Union has distanced itself from his statement. Students union general secretary Satish Chandra Yadav said, “JNU students union has not raised such a demand. Moon has said that the court had accepted that the demolition of Babri was wrong. So it should be rebuilt.

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Not only this, while addressing the program on December 6, Aishi Ghosh had targeted the BJP and said that after Babri Masjid, now preparations are on for Kashi. For this, he has also started work. Meanwhile, sloganeering has once again become an issue in JNU. Commenting on this, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that such things have always been taught in JNU. Apart from this, Delhi BJP leader Kapil Mishra said that today how can anyone dare to think that Babri Masjid will be rebuilt.

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A documentary titled ‘Ram Ke Naam’ was also shown in JNU on 4 December. The JNU administration had also issued a notice regarding its screening and advised to cancel it. However, even after this, the screening was done and the students union said that the administration cannot decide what the students should see and which they should not.