JNU protests: What is at the core of the ongoing movement? | The Indian Express

In appearance, the ongoing movement may be seen as being a protest against certain punishments. But at the core of this protest, at the essence of it, lies our resolve to protect free speech and our democratic space in this campus. Any acceptance of punishment on our part, even if in a modified form, would be an admission of guilt on our part. It would constitute a betrayal of the four decades of our students movement, that has built this space.

Source: JNU protests: What is at the core of the ongoing movement? | The Indian Express

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