Before we look into Yogi Adityanatha’s statement, we should first ask, have we ever heard any news in 70 years from Pakistan that a portrait of Sardar Patel or Dr B R ambedkar being put in a Pakistan University??
Obviously not. The reason is the Pakistan will show any honour to any India at no point of time. Why because they consider us enemies. But in India we will hear atlest 100 incidents where our so called seculars hoisting Pakistani flag, celebrating Pakistani Independence day, supporting Pakistani cricket team and burst crackers when Pakistan wins and stand for their National anthem.
These people are very fond of insulting India flag, chanting anti India slogans and demanding Azadi from India. But this time few of these people had gone to an extent of displaying the Portrait of Mohammed Ali Jinnah in the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) which disturbed the entire Nation. The reason an enemy Nation leader’s portrait was displayed in India was because they have soft corner for each other due to their religious beliefs. For these people religion comes first and then comes country and patriotism.
— Prashant P. Umrao (@ippatel) May 3, 2018
However, for such people the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh has sent a stern warning saying there is no question of celebrating Jinnah. The statement from Chief Minister came after a massive agitation broke out in university against displaying Jinnah portrait. The Pro Nationalist activists demanded answers from the Vice Chancellor for displaying the picture of a man who has raged war against India.
Jinnah follower AMU Jihadis attacked on Police while marching to Police station in Aligarh & 13 cops are injured in clash. 28 Jihadi also injured later in reaction. https://t.co/9hiwcgo1Va
— Prashant P. Umrao (@ippatel) May 2, 2018
But UP CM Yogi Adityanath has made it clear that wit his stern warning to all those pseudo seculars who take all benefits from India and praise Pakistan and its leaders.
Check how people reacted when AMU displayed portrait of Jinnah.
There is need for soul searching for the AMU's alumni & present leadership of the University to find out vestige of Jinnah & his philosophy which is giving bad name to the institution. cleansing from within is the best solution.
— Prof Rakesh Sinha (@RakeshSinha01) May 3, 2018
Jinnah didn't like Indians. So why hang his photo in AMU, which is funded by money of Indians? All Jinnah fans, who want to hang Jinnah's photo, should hang it around their own neck.
— गीतिका (@ggiittiikkaa) May 3, 2018
There isn't enough space in an Indian heart for both Jinnah and India. So if some students of AMU cannot give up on Jinnah, it is clear that they do not have India in their heart.
Anyone remembers Direct Action Day, 1946 – Battle of Badr Day, 17 Ramzan – announced by Jinnah pic.twitter.com/o9xm0ICCYJ
— Sanjay Dixit संजय (@Sanjay_Dixit) May 3, 2018
Ok so now we are dealing with nation in nation problem so before it get worse just push all of these supporters across the border.. No need to create a drama in this country where some people want to work and get education have no time for this stupidity.
— Harsh Dogral (@harshdogral) May 3, 2018
Put these Jokers in the next train and send them to Jinnah's country. In India we need people who are loyal to India.
— AlkolicMonk* (@Thakur_IJSingh) May 3, 2018
AMU controversy LIVE: No question of celebrating Jinnah in India, says Yogi Adityanathhttps://t.co/d4H7bJmTwF
— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) May 3, 2018