In this video, Sanjeev (IIT-IIM, Founder- Agniveer) cuts to size Kanhaiya Kumar’s hate speech against Indian Army and allegations of rape by them. Also discusses why Kanhaiya has allergy with Bharat Mata and respecting women.
But a mosquito continues to disturb Sanjeev.

Transcript of video

“Vande Maataram friends,

I once again gathered courage and watched the entire hate speech of Kanhaiya against the Indian Army. And this time in his hate speech he also mentioned that this is a conclusion from his ‘critical thinking’.

So in today’s video I want to analyze a bit critically this critical thinking of his.

This mosquito is irritating a lot, I am confused what to do with it!

Anyway, if you watch the speech, he started with this very statement, that he has a huge problem with Bharat ‘Mata’. Simple argument given by him was that if you shout ‘Bharat Mata ki jai’ (Victory to Mother India), then why dont you also shout Bharat ke Pita(Father) ki jai, Bharat ke Chacha (Uncle) ki jai..and so on.

Dude, when we say Bharat Mata ki jai, we dont mean victory to the Mothers of India! We are saying, ‘Victory to our Nation India’ which we are referring as our Mother! If you wanna say ‘Victory to India’ by referring to India as your Father, or as your sister, you’re most welcome! But then, you may not have the moral courage within to say ‘Victory to India’ by referring to India as your sister. Because in this speech, you complained first of all that the biggest flaw in Hindu culture is that they teach us to view anyone other than wife as a sister. As we might also have seen in news that around 9 months ago, a case for woman-harassment was running on Kanhaiya. And this huge problem he has with sisters was the very reason behind this case.

He tried to implement the azadi (freedom) to pee publicly in presence of women. And so a woman complained about him for such indecency. After which he started abusing and threatening her, because hey, they want azadi! They want freedom to open pants, azadi to pee anywhere they feel like, freedom to spread garbage, etc. And with this, the actual reason behind his frequent bringing in of Modi’s name to curse him for everything is now understood!

Reason is that he has some allergy against the Swachchha Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Drive) since he desires to pee by zipping down the pants anywhere anytime! And if a woman expresses her disgust on this behavior by complaining, then he wants the azadi to threaten and hurl abuses at her (and in process, azadi to not consider a random woman as a sister!). Last time he was fined 3000rs. But now because he has become a student leader, so he wants to implement some azadis to express out these freedom urges, in a way that he is not fined or punished!

About Indian Army he commented, ‘While respecting Indian Army, I want to state that our army men commit rapes in Kashmir’. Now, IF you actually believe that Indian Army is raping in Kashmir in a planned way, then why are you respecting them? This implies that somewhere deep down, you have a soft corner towards rapists (Freudian slip– hidden intentions sometimes come out unintentionally while speaking). And this is why, if someone is a rapist, whether he be an Indan Army man, or a student leader from Begusarai, or a CPI worker in Kerela, then he is a rapist and he cannot be respected, and should not be spared, in fact a person like me believes that a convicted rapist should be hanged to death!

Now what is this if not stereotyping! In his own speech he complains that his opposer and haters are habitual of seeing things in binary logic. That they see day and night but not dawn and dusk. So why are you applying a binary logic here? IF an Indian Army soldier has raped, does this make entire Indian Army a rapist army? Through your binary logic, can you explain that how does one or two examples that you may have at most, makes an entire Army of 48 lakh personnel a rapist army? What is this if not binary logic?

And if you brand entire Indian Army as rapist based on one or two isolated cases, by saying that ‘rapes are committed by our armed forces’, then rapes were committed in Begusarai as well a few days ago. I can also say that ‘All the CPI politicians from Begusarai are rapists!’ Just now in Kerala, your very own communist leaders tried hacking to death an autorickshaw driver. 2-3 weeks before this incidence, an RSS volunteer was beaten to death by communist ideology people in front of his aged parents!

Now I can also say that all people of communist ideology are rapists and murderers by giving a statement like, ‘While I respect the Communist Party, I want to state that Communists are murderers and rapists!’ Your very own party leaders (I am talking about CPI only) have called Netaji Subhash as dog. Now by your own logic, you also have same views about him!

Again this mosquito is irritating!

If you ask a person like me, then I am proud about this! The way you call Netaji Subhash a dog, I want each one us proud Indians to become a dog like that. Because a dog is faithful to his master, and doesn’t act traitorous to his master and Nation the way you are doing!”

– Agniveer

Sanjeev Newar is a data scientist by profession. His risk management products have been named in top 20 of world for 2014 and 2015. He is the only Indian (and Asian) to have ever made to this list. He has been behind several inclusive and encompassing innovations. He is a mentor to several eminent young scientists of country. Sanjeev is an alumnus of IIT Guwahati and IIM Calcutta.

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 It seemed so little, and yet my heart was full.

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    She turned and went to the front of plane, returning a minute later with a dinner plate from first class. “This is your thanks”.

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Quickly unfastening my seat-belt I stood and took the Captain’s hand. With a booming voice he said, ‘I was an Air Force pilot a long time back. Once someone bought me lunch. It was an act of kindness I never forgot.’ I was embarrassed when applause was heard from all of the passengers.

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Another currency note!

  • Salute to our brave army soldiers! Jai Hind!
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    Ten Soliders and a Small Act of Kindness
    Posted by Jaideep Rao on Mar 10, 2016

    We read this story below and thought of all of you. –Jaideep

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    After flying for about an hour, an announcement was made that lunches were available on payment. It would be several hours before we reached Delhi , and I quickly decided a lunch would help pass the time..

    As I reached for my wallet, I overheard a soldier ask his buddy if he planned to buy lunch. ‘No, that cost a lot of money, probably wouldn’t be worth it. I’ll wait till we get to Delhi ….”
    His buddy agreed.

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    Jai Hind! Vande Matram! Bharat Ma Ki Jai