Rajdeep Sardesai insults slain CRPF jawans of Sukma, lands in legal trouble!

Rajdeep Sardesai has once again proved that he has no respect for the jawans who give their life to protect the Nation. He has shown utter disregard the slain jawans who were attacked by naxals in Sukma district in Chhatisgarh.

Rajdeep Sardesai in a debate invited Nalini Sundar, the wife of Siddharth Varadarajan who is well known for his anti National stands. This lady Nalini Sundar is not just any person but a lady who has be charged with the murder of tribal man. She is a professor in Delhi University who has directly supported naxals and maoists.

Rajdeep Sardesai, in the debate gave her space to defend the Naxal attack. She instead of condemning the attack on soldiers, started to defend the Naxals and advised the government to hold talk with naxals and maoists. She went on to say that the state must address the problems of Naxals and understand why they picked guns.

This is nothing but a blatant way of defending the naxals who are posing threat to Nation. Those people who never want development in Nation and wants to keep tribal people in dark are being protected by urban naxals sitting in TV studios. Rajdeep Sardesai, should feel ashamed that he gave space to such person on a National television.

Probably next time if a terrorist is hanged, he will bring ISIS person to share his opinion!

Following the event, a complaint has been filed against Rajdeep Sardesai by a group called Legal Rights Observatory (LRO). The complainant, Vinay Joshi, called Sundar an “overground Naxal worker who pursues relentless agenda of defaming our troops and glorifying blood thirsty Naxals and Maoists.” With this email I am demanding stringent action against your Editor Rajdeep Sardesai and other members of the editorial board for the shameless act,” Joshi wrote.

Vivek Agnihotri, filmaker shared the copy of the complain on twitter. Rajdeep Sardesai miffed with the complaint posted a tweet but was immediately slammed by Vivek Agnihotri.

Aishwarya S


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