The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is the ideological tutor of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). A magazine connected with the RSS, the Panchajanya, has called the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) a tremendous anti national block which has the point of breaking down India. The article says ‘JNU routinely hosts anti-national activities.’ To reinforce its affirmations against the JNU, the Panchajanya claims in its cover article that the university’s pro Naxal students unions straightforwardly celebrated the killing of 75 security work force in a Maoist snare in Chhattisgarh in 2010.
In another article, the magazine alleges that JNU is an organization where patriotism is viewed as an offense. Displaying Indian culture distortedly is normal. The expulsion of Army from Kashmir is upheld here. They advocate different other anti national activities here. Established in 1969 by a Parliament Act, the university is accused of ‘providing legitimacy to anti-India forces.’
The writer of the article claims that he studied on in JNU and he say, I frequently heard JNU professors talk about means and measures to undermine national solidarity and culture at events organized by anti-national associations. I then understood that JNU is home to a substantial chunk of anti-national groupings which have the solitary point of disintegrating India. The publication says JNU’s tendency of depending on the state for assets is only free enterprise taking on the appearance of communism and even Maoism. These propensities are motivated by two things, severity for Hindus and a desire to break India. These things got to be conceivable because of two historical reasons.