JNU stir: Now, Gautam Gambhir asks politicians to 'grow up'

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New Delhi, Feb 17: A day after Olympian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt expressed disappointment over ongoing protest in JNU over freedom of speech, now senior India cricketer Gautam Gambhir has slammed the politicians and asked them to grow up.

"Shocking videos frm JNU & Jadhavpur Uni. Grow up politicians. Dnt politicise this, get united for Mother India. Don't compromise ur countries interest to get back into power," tweeted Gautam Gambhir.

Gambhir asks politicians to 'grow up'

The senior India cricketer also saluted the martyrs who sacrificed their life at border.

Earlier, expressing disappointment over ongoing protest in JNU over freedom of speech, wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt posted a heart touching poem on Twitter asking If Afzal Guru a martyr, who was Lance Naik Hanumanthappa?

The wrestler posted a patriotic poem on Twitter to express his anger on the protest in the university campus in New Delhi.

[JNU stir: If Afzal Guru a martyr, who was Lance Naik Hanumanthappa? asks wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt]

On the night of February 9, some students organised a meet at JNU to mourn the hanging of parliament attack convict Afzal Guru and Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front co-founder Maqbool Bhat. Anti-India slogans were allegedly raised at the gathering.

Several arrests were made and police teams have been sent in several states to arrest the students involved in anti-India sloganeering. Also on Monday, BJP MLA from Delhi attacked a youth in Delhi for raising anti-India slogans.

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