On Monday, the Delhi Police filed a chargesheet in the Jawaharlal Nehru Univesity (JNU) sedition case in the Patiala House Court, finding the likes of former JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, JNU student Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya as the main accused in the matter.
The decision by the cops to file chargesheet against the 'Tukde-tukde gang' proved that that they had a 'Break India' stand when they shouted anti-India slogans at the JNU in February 2016. Here's what Republic TV's editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami had to say on the matter:
"If the Tukde Tukde gang and its supporters have any shame, they should publicly give an apology to the nation for conspiring against it, for betraying it, and what is worse -- lying to it. Three years back, when I exposed the Tukde Tukde Gang, and I showed the entire country how deceitful and anti-national they were, they said there was no truth in the charges against them. I said then that they had used the following phrase: "Bharat tere tukde honge, inshahalla inshahalla.. Bharat ki barbadi tak, kashmir ki azaadi tak, jang rehenge jang rehenge.. Bharat ke solah tukde honge and chheen ke lenge azadi". By trying to be oversmart and with the total protection of the sold out Lutyens brigade, the Tukde Tukde gang was ripped apart in my studio three years back, hatched a conspiracy to package their treachery as an exercise of Freedom of Expression. Tonight, I ask them and their sold out friends in the media, among NGOs and their sold friends among politicians-- own up and tell the country the truth. Accept your intentions and acknowledge your conspiracy"
From 'bharat tere tukde honge, inshallah' to 'hum kya chahte aazadi', the cops mentioned in their chargesheet that they have video evidence along with witnesses to prove that anti-national slogans were shouted.
As many as 12 such chants can be found in the chargesheet filed by the Delhi Police. Here are those slogans: