A file photo of Union Minister Prakash Javadekar Union Atmosphere Minister Prakash Javadekar came down heavily on the British every day on Monday for referring to the masked mob that assaulted JNU students and instructors as “nationalists” and asked it to prevent projecting India’s disintegration at each opportunity. In a series of tweets slamming the British daily, Javadekar stated, “I am aware it’s a little too much so that you can comprehend India, but here’s an effort: Quit forecasting the breaking apart of India at each achievable chance you receive. India is a varied democracy and it has always assimilated all distinctions to appear more powerful.” Beloved @FT, Technologists around the globe would be excited to get the tech possessed by you, that helps decipher that a masked mob is ‘nationalist’.
Also, all colleges & institutions inside our nation are secular.— Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) January 6, 2020 Tagging the British everyday, he explained in another tweet: “Technologists around the world will be excited to get the technical possessed by you, which will help decipher that a masked mob is ‘nationalist’. Also, all universities & institutions in our country are secular.” I know it’s a bit too much that you should fully grasp India, but here’s an effort: Quit projecting the busting apart of India at each achievable chance you get. India is actually a different democracy and contains always assimilated all variations to arise [email protected]— Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) January 6, 2020 A report in the British every day around the Sunday night attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University or college (JNU) pupils and educators here made an appearance with all the title: “Nationalist mob goes on rampage at secular university or college in Delhi”.
Javadekar, also the Union minister for details and broadcasting, connected with one of his tweets an image of another document by the British every day headlined as “Social unrest in India as climate change strikes output of onions”. I hate to interrupt it for you, but so shallow is your reporting & comprehension of India, the last time you predicted sociable unrest in India was over growing onion costs! @FT pic.youtube.com/Lz9LPf99X0— Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) January 6, 2020 “I dislike to interrupt it to you, but so shallow can be your confirming and comprehension of India, the last time you expected interpersonal unrest in India was over increasing onion costs! ,” he authored on Youtube.