If you watch or read news and newspapers regularly you would be able to figure what is happening or dominating it i.e JNU students seditious activities.Though I have always disliked the left but this turns my dis-likeliness for the left to hatred after they chanted slogans such as Bharat ki barbadi and what not.This is not the first time that the left-leaning parties have engaged in anti-national and anti-India activities, they have set toomany precedents. Let me list a few of them.Most famous in the list of this innumerable anti-India activities is that of 1962 Indo-china war and the freedom struggle.
Here are some of the excerpts from the declassified CIA files on how the left sided with china and wish for India’s defeat.
1.1“ On the 28th, Nehru for the first time made a statement in Parliament substantiating the press reports of such Chinese incursions and armed clashes . This statement inflamed Indian public opinion; according to a private comment that the chief of the Communist Indian Press Agency confused and staggered the party members. During the next two days the CPI Central Secretariat, Minus Ghosh, held an emergency meeting on the problem, following which the party issued the first in what was to be a long and varied series of statements on the border, a vague declaration glossing over the question of border violations, holding (as the Chinese were to do) that the entire border has never been defined, making no mention of the MacMahonline , and urgently calling for negotiations.The CPI subsequently came under wide public attack as a result of its failure in this statement to take a clear-cut stand supporting the Indian government position. “
1.3.“The left – faction members of the CPI Central Secretariat–Ranadive, Bhupesh Gupta, and particularly Basavapunniah–became increasingly active late in 1959 in promoting the line given them in Peiping throughout the CPI. In mid-November, Basavapunniah was reported by two sources to have repeated,to a meeting of CPI leaders concerned with creating an underground organization, his belief that the CPI’s lack of a contiguous foreign supply base during the Telengana revolt had now been remedied with the Chinese occupation of Tibet and other frontier areas.
In late December he was said to have reiterated to a meeting of the Maharasha State Council Mao’s statement to Ghosh that Tibet, Sikkim, Bhutan, and the Northwest Frontier Agency are provinces peopled by the same race, that China had a historic right to these territories, that the MacMahone line was not valid , and that the Indian government’s raising of “the bogey of Chinese aggression” had resulted from its realization that Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan and India would be deeply affected by the social and economic revolution in Tibet.”
2.Karname during the freedom struggle:-
Here, in I have pulled out the facts from their own(CPI) archives about how they blundered during the 1942 quit anti-india movement.
‘Consistent with the one-sided and erroneous People’s War line, the party opposed the Quit India Movement (QIM) in 1942. Here it is necessary to note that this movement was not intended for a real headlong clash with the Raj, but as a pressure-tactic to persuade the latter, already threatened by the advancing Japanese, to negotiate transfer of power to the exclusion of the Muslim League. This is why, in the words of Nehru in Discovery Of India, “neither he [Gandhi-A.S.] nor the CWC issued any kind of directives…” and made “no arrangements for the functioning of the Congress after they had been removed from the scene”.
“Whatever the role of Gandhi and others, the CPI no doubt committed a major mistake by opposing the QIM. As the Second Party Congress held in February 1948 pointed out, this total underestimation of the role of imperialism in the period of People’s War made us lose sight of the task of exposing imperialism and fighting it within the framework of support for anti-fascist war”.