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JNU students are barking dogs, tweets Chetan Bhagat

Wed, Feb 17, 2016, 12:22 PM
All said and done, it is a clear mind that can put an issue in perspective. If so, writer and novelist Chetan Bhagat has got the so-called Indian intelligentsia's narrative of sympathising with mass murderers Yakub Memon and Afzal Guru perfectly right. He described the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University and their political supporters as dogs, no less, for their wrong sympathies.

Responding to the happenings in JNU and political parties rallying round the students, Chetan Bhagat tweeted in his account, "It is wrong on the part of JNU students to raise anti-India slogans. Every barking dog need not be arrested."

Straight and to the point, Chetan is accurate in his perspective of the happenings in JNU and elsewhere. There are street dogs about which nobody bothers.

The sympathising netizens could not believe Chetan was on the right side. One sympathiser said that by comparing the JNU students with street dogs, you have undermined your values, one told Bhagat.

Another tweeted to Chetan your getting into the list of psychopaths is painful. All psychopaths say the same so as to transfer their problem to others. Does it ring a bell?

Doesn't matter, yet another tweeted, a friend of mine who has read all your books has become a psychopath.

Yet another bemoaned that Chetan's special support to Modi demonstrated to the netizen the loss of democratic values of raising anti-India slogans.

How true barking dogs do not bite, they tweet for anti-India slogan-mongers.
Agency: Ap7am Desk

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