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Considering the violence commenced last evening, and thousands gathered in Mumbai/Pune and other cities the very same night in solidarity, it is not hard to believe that the mayhem was not planned.

Within 2/3 hrs people gathered with placards, banners, mics, and other such props requried to stage an act. They got people to speak, crowd to throng the spaces. Pretty efficient.

To gather, 1000 people, one needs a core team of atleast 50-100. They write the slogans, circulate, design the banners & print, assemble the stuff & gather crowd. It is impossible to gather such humungous crowd within 2 hrs with all the arrangements in place.

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Here are the thread collating #CAAPotests & Protests in Solidarity with JNU planned for 6th JANUARY from all over INDIA🇮🇳 & World

#JNUattack #JNUVioence #EmergencyinJNU #SOSJNU #JNUUnderAttack
#Oxford With JNU @ 12 noon
#Malegaon Protest Rally of WOMEN against CAA / NRC

6th Janury @ 2:30 pm
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In the next few days, you will be told few things by those who want to discredit the impact of #SOSJNU
1) The left wing students did it, it's their agenda: simply ask why will they sabotage their protest against free hike by unleashing violence? They don't benefit from it (1/7)
2) You will be told this is a paid propaganda by other parties. Tell them that other parties can't even make a good opposition. Do not give them undue credit for organised terorrism on university campuses. (2/7)
3) Photos of women being hurt from the other side will come out. The oppressor knows how to use the body of the woman for its convenience. Corroborate this with sources. These ppl have got Thai women to pose as north Eastern people. Their ingeniousness knows no bounds.(3/7)
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This is how it started in JNU.
Hundreds of students have taken registration even after the boycot by JNUSU led by Leftwingers.
Leftwingers stopped the wifi service in #JNU on 3rd January as the administration gave the option of online registration.
On the early morning of 4th January, #JNU adminstration tried to reactivate WiFi in JNU where security staff and Leftwingers were involved in a scuffling and JNUSU President was slapped.
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