New Delhi, March 6: Jhanvi Behal, a 15-year-old social activists from Ludhiana, who was honoured on Republic Day for her contribution towards Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, has challenged JNU student union chief Kanhaiya Kumar for an open debate over 'freedom of expression'.
The 15-year-old also advised Kanhaiya not to make abusive comments against the PM and even asked him to think before making any kind of derogatory comments.
About Jhanvi Behal:
Jhanvi Behal who invited Kanhaiya for a open debate is a student of DAV Public School. She was recently hounoured by the Prime Minister for her contribution in several projects of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan during Republic Day. She is an active member of an NGO called Raksha Jyoti Foundation.
Jhanvi said to a media, "Our Constitution has given us immense freedom to express but it does not mean that he (Kanhaiya) will cross the all limits." While referring Kanhaiya she said all are misusing the fundamental rights for their political gains.
"He is misusing and the maligned image of country in front of whole world by abusing the representative of our country, PM Modi, who is elected by people of India."
While criticising the JNU incident she said, "It is not at all tolerable for any Indian to listen anything against our nation. The students are raising anti-national slogans, when our armymen are sacrificing their lives fighting against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism for us."
Jhanvi has raised several public issues and got judgement in her favour. Recently, she had filled a writ in Punjab and Haryana High Court to ban porn and adult movies from social networking sites.