Twenty-year-old Gurmehar Kaur has been in the spotlight in the course of the most recent few days, in the wake of raising her voice against savagery on grounds in the wake of conflicts in Ramjas College a week ago. Kaur has been upholding peace — from supporting more grounded Indo-Pak binds to free discourse among youth — for about a year now.
Exclusive: Everything You Need To Know About Gurmehar Kaur And The Ramjas College Incident (Aaj Tak)
Kargil martyr's daughter Gurmehar Kaur approaches DCW against rape, death threats (ABP News)
Gurmehar Kaur was born to Rajvinder Kaur and Captain Mandeep Singh in Jalandhar. She lost her dad at two years old, after a Rashtriya Rifles camp went under activist assault in Jammu and Kashmir in 1999. He was one of the seven staff slaughtered in the assault. Kaur lives in Delhi, where she is concentrate English Literature at Lady Sri Ram College for Women, Delhi University. She is likewise the represetative for Postcards for Peace, a magnanimous association that takes out any type of separation.
What is Kaur fighting for?
Gurmehar Kaur propelled a #ProfileForPeace campaign last April, upholding peace amongst India and Pakistan. "In the event that there was no war between us, my dad would in any case be here," she had said. In her viral video, Gurmehar requested that both governments "quit imagining" and "take care of the issue". She stated, "I am scrutinizing the gauge of authority of both countries; we can't dream of turning into a first world nation with third world initiative."
Why is Gurmehar Kaur in the news now?
Kaur is a part of the 'Save DU crusade' taking after the conflicts in Ramjas College a week ago where activists of the AVBP supposedly conflicted with understudies, where JNU understudies Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid were welcomed for a class. While Khalid and Rashid did not turn up for the occasion, ABVP understudies still proceeded with their vicious dissent, stoning the course lobby. The Save DU crusade backings understudies' entitlement to the right to speak freely. Her notice challenge picture, shared on Facebook, understands, "I am an understudy from Delhi University. I am not apprehensive of ABVP. I am not the only one. Each understudy of India is with me. #StudentsAgainstABVP". The viral post prompted responses from the decision foundation and additionally from legislators cutting crosswise over partisan loyalties.
Term of Service – We do not own copyright of this Content on this website. The copyright belongs to the respective owners of the videos uploaded to Youtube . If you find any Content infringe your copyright or trademark, and want it to be removed from this website, or replaced by your original content, please contact us.http://indianexpress.com