Patna: After a big tragedy when a JNUSU- Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union’s President- Kanhaiya Kumar was booked for Sedition Charges, now he is appearing taking part in the country’s issues resolving, as even on 30th April, today’s morning he was seen arriving in Patna on a two- day visit during which he is going to address the meetings where he is scheduled to meet Top state leaders and travel to his native village in the district of Begusari.
Besides, this when the said student’s leader arrived Patna by airways, at the Patna Airport, he was welcomes by the hundreds of the youths among them mostly were from student’s wing members of left parties.
It was earlier seen in the month of February, the story of this student’s leader came in focus, when he was arrested on the charges of sedition, as he was seen involved in organising the event on campus of the Jawahalal Nehru University where he was seen terming the execution of the parliament attack convict- Afzal Guru as ‘Judicial killing’ and other anti- national slogans were also allegedly raised in such event. Thereafter, a huge agitation on the parts of the students, and now he came in focus.
Now, as he is in visit to the Patna, Kanhaiya is also scheduled to visit the Chief Minister of Bihar- Nitish Kumar and also the RJD Chief- Lalu Prasad and other big leaders in the state, who had supported his campaign against fascist forces.
Moreover, besides such supportive leaders, the student’s leader also is supposed to meet the Bhartiya Janata party leader and Member of Parliament- Shatrughan Sinha who is the a star in bollywood.
During his so visit, the student’s leader- Kanhaiya Kumar is also scheduled to address the gathering of the students, youths and others who are going to meet at the SK Memorial Hall in the Patna on first day of May, i.e. tomorrow with ‘Azadi’ being the dominant theme of his discourses. As the Kanahiya Kumar is from the Begusarai ditrict’s Bihat village, he is also likely to visit his parents by visiting the said villiage during his visit.