Don't mess with students, Arvind Kejriwal warns government
New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal joined students’ protest at Jantar Mantar over alleged suicide of Rohith Vemula.
“This government seems to be at war with students of India,” Kejriwal accuses Centre in regards of JNU crisis and Rohith Vemula’s death.
"They have the right to speak...We have the right to raise our voice against anything which is wrong," said Kejriwal.
"Modiji students se pange mat lena (Don't take on students)," the Delhi chief minister announced from the stage. "If students get together, they will shake up your (prime minister's) chair in such a manner that you will not forget."
Rohith Vemula’s family was also present at Jantar Mantar.
A kilo meter long march was conducted by students at Jantar Mantar demanding release of Kanhaiya Kumar and action in Rohith’s case.
26-year-old Rohith was found hanging on January 17 in Hyderabad Central University campus.