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Jamia shootout: Shadab Najar dances for Lord Rama; this is real India!

New Delhi: On January 30, the students of Jamia Millia Islamia decided to take out a Gandhi peace march from Jamia to Rajghat. This was a part of agitation going on against the CAA, NRC and NPR.

As the march progressed, a young man came in front of the students and opened fire with a country-made pistol in which a student –- Shadab Najar – got injured.
The shooter’s Facebook profile shows that he calls himself a devotee and before this attack, he wrote several posts on the social networking site in which he was talking about ending Shaheen Bagh.

On the other hand, Shadab is a student of Jamia Millia Islamia and studying Mass Communications there. When Shadab tried to the attacker, the young man opened fire and Shadab was shot in his hand and then admitted to Holy Family Hospital and later in AIIMS Delhi.

But irrespective to the attacker who calls himself a Rambhakt, the injured student look more Ram follower. He doesn’t follow Lord Rama for religion but for the culture of this country.

Shadab, was also captured dancing in Ramzhanki Yatras and a picture also depicts him standing with a man dressed as Lord Rama.

This work of Shadab suggests that Rama does not make anyone fanatical, he does not allow to shoot or shoots anyone. Instead, Rama is the name of the imagination of an inclusive society! Rama respects everyone and cares for everyone’s rights, that’s, he is “maryadapurushottam Ram”.

Following the incident journalist Mohammad Anas wrote on his Facebook wall:
“Ram Leela jhanki was passing in Govindpuri. Shadab, a resident of Kashmir who is studying Mass Communication and Journalism from Jamia Millia Islamia, was dancing in it. Still, if you are in favour of shooting by a Godse’s son, then you are non-other than a psychopath.”

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