YouTubers Bhuvan Bam and Ajey Nagar aka CarryMinati raised their voice against ongoing violence against students at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Bhuvan Bam has also alleged that he has received death threats for voicing his opinions. In a series of tweets, he condemned the violent attack by masked man inside India's pioneered campus. This attack injured 40 students and staffers while Delhi Police are yet to take any action against the perpetrators.

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For the unversed, the incident took place on Sunday when around 40-60 masked goons entered the JNU campus and ransacked the premises. It has been alleged that left-wing activists were behind the attack. Several protests are being held in New Delhi against Citizen Amendment Act and fee hike in the JNU campus. Several prominent celebrities came forward to condemn the incident. The Delhi Police has been blamed for being quite over the entire incident.


Bhuvan Bam in a series of tweets said that he whenever he tweets, people question his integrity about his bend towards political parties. But this time he chose to speak for his country. He further says that humanity is much above than the politics and he believes in voicing his opinion when such violent incidents take place. Bhuvan Bam also revealed that he has received a death threat over a phone call. Being from a middle class family he was silent about the incident and reported the incident. But now he does not want to be silent because he is true to his country.


To which comedian Ashish Chanchalani supported him for his views and claimed that even he has received threats over such tweets and for voicing his opinions. He condemned the violent act and demanded a thorough probe into the incident. CarryMinati via his post requested people to be spread peace and condemned the violent attack on students. His post read that he never imagined such acts being taken place in the country. He demanded that the masked men seen inside the campus be punished and brought to task.


Celebrities like Anil Kapoor, Aditya Roy Kapur, Swara Bhaskar raised their voice. Actress Deepika Padukone visited JNU to show solidarity towards students. Deepika was inside the campus for ten minutes and left without speaking to the media.  Taapsee Pannu, Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, Vishal Bhardwaj, Anubhav Sinha, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal participated in a protest held in Mumbai to condemn the JNU attack. The protest was held at the Gateway of India. Several protesters were detained by Mumbai police and were relocated to Azad Maidan.

Anil Kapoor during Malang trailer launch had condemned the incident and during media interaction said, "Its really unfortunate that such incident has taken place. I have been sleepless since i heard this news. The government and police should immediately take action against the people behind this incident. No countrymen should be harmed by violent protests."

Aditya Roy Kapur agreed to views of Anil Kapoor and said, "The incident is highly condemned. Such acts of violence is not required. Issues can be resolved peacefully. People behind such acts must be strictly punished."