Much has been said and written about the ongoing JNU protests outside and inside JNU, for and against JNU, but the posters, pamphlets, bills, wall paintings across the university campus tell their own stories.
Amid the present terrorised environment in the campus, not many students agreed to speak to the media but these posters below are their voice and speak a lot about their feelings.
Walking on fire
This is where Sitaram Yechury addressed the JNU students right after JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested. This is the ground where all student protests in the campus get a shape.
A Wall with a View
This wall has space for all sorts of opinions. It doesn't differentiate. It has posters of ABVP, NSUI, SFI, AISA.
Writings on the Wall
The Last Left Bastion and its views.
Academic Department or Jan Sabha
This is the entrance to one of the academic departments in JNU.
Where Smriti Irani is not the favorite
A poster by Democratic Students' Federation (DSU) is clear about its demand to sack Smriti Irani.
My JNU My Pride
A poster signed by students voicing their opinion on the ongoing crisis hangs in the middle of the campus. One students slammed Arnab Goswami for his anti-national remark.
JNU VC Appeal
In an appeal which was outrightly rejected by one and all, JNU VC put out a notice in the campus yesterday asking students to cancel their solidarity march outside the campus.
JNU Solidarity march in support of Kanhaiya Kumar
Despite JNU VC's appeal to cancel the march, this poster by JNU Students' Union helped motivate students and faculty to join the march demanding immediate release of JNUSU President Kanhaiya.
Why NSUI doesn't like Saffron
NSUI in its poster has labeled all sorts of allegations against RSS and the saffron politics in a bid to prove them anti-nationals.