JNUSU president Khaniya Kumar shown black flags in Patna

In a function in Patna, JNUSU president Khaniya Kumar was shown black flags by two persons who were over taken by the his supporters before being detained by the police. The program Azadi was organized in SK Memorial hall in Patna by AISF and AIYF, where the two belonging to ‘Youth Swaraj’ showed black flags to the JNUSU president and raised the slogans of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ while speaking in between the program .

In a fury, Mr. Kumar’s supporters thrashed the two, before they were ceased by police, and were capitulated by the police according to PTI sources told by Patna senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj.

The two culprits have been identified as Nitish Kumar, from Sitamarhi district and Manikant Mani, a resident of Samastipur district and are the members of RSS said by police.

Mr. Kumar who was addressing the mob said that he is not scared of anything whether they would hurl shoe or a stone. They wanted to disturb his life as they are not comfortable with the questions.

Indulging PM on his note he alleged that with the support of capitalists he became PM and still cannot solve the problem of unemployment. In addition he criticized those who scream and say about the tax payers money or subsidy given to JNU is a waste of Public money, which he denied by saying that it’s a conspiracy to defame the pioneer academic institution of the country.

Mr. Kumar justified that he is a son of an Anganwadi worker, which prove that the subsidy given to JNU is spent and utilized safely, also people should not worry about the tax payers money as majority in India wants JNU like institution.

In an addition to his thoughts he said only Barons get loans from bank, as they don’t repay loans and fly to London overnight.

Mr. Kumar was given a rousing welcome in state as he was escorted by police at the airport on his arrival. He is on a two day tour to his home town Begusarai, as well as he met both CM Nitish Kumar and RJD president Lalu Prasad.