New Delhi, Mar 2: After forensic probe ordered by the Delhi government on a set of video clippings in the controversial JNU event revealed that two videos were "manipulated", student groups have gathered at Delhi's Mandi House to show their support for Rohith Vemula and JNU row.
The probe has found that out of seven videos sent by the Delhi government to the Hyderabad-based Truth Labs, two have been tampered with while the rest were authentic.
This news has sparred debate over micro-blogging site Twitter where people are coming in support of the Jawaharlal Nehru University, which is facing criticism for the promoting anti-national and illicit activities.
There is a section of people on the social media which is calling for protecting JNU from the hands of anti-nationals while there is another section which is targetting the Modi government for tarnishing the image of the varsity.
Here is all what people are saying on Twitter with the hashtag '#ProtectJNU':
#ProtectJNU from india barbaadi gang it is fully funded by tax payers hard earned money.— suman s bhat (@SbSdesi) March 2, 2016
फ्री में पढाई करते है हमारे पैसों पे। दिमाग खाली रहता है , Engineering का student प्रोटेस्ट नई करता क्यूंकि वो खली बैठता ही नही #ProtectJNU— Anukant (@anukants) March 2, 2016
#ProtectJNU from becoming political battle ground. Appoint professors who give priority to education not politics.— Jatan Acharya (@jatanacharya) March 2, 2016
#ProtectJNU from Jumlas— Moeen Hasan (@moeen_hasan) March 2, 2016
Only people who have built nothing solid with their own effort will speak of closing/shutting things down usually. #ProtectJNU— Tisha Srivastav (@TishaSrivastav) March 2, 2016
#ProtectJNU from uneducated graduates.— Moeen Hasan (@moeen_hasan) March 2, 2016
Maoists, naxals, pseudo siculars, separatists support those who declare 2 break India into pcs but not our these martyred jawans #ProtectJNU— Mission Kranti ! (@1955Verma) March 2, 2016
#ProtectJNU— Shashank Rai (@iamshashankrai) March 2, 2016
from being a hub of terrorism