Rahul Gandhi Facebook post case: Mumbai University professor forcibly sent on leave

A professor at Mumbai University has been accused of posting Facebook on former Congress president Rahul Gandhi.  The university administration has forcibly sent the professor on leave.  Opposing this action, the BJP has called the Maha Vikas Aghadi government of Maharashtra intolerant.  At the same time, the Congress has supported this action.

 In the month of December, Professor Yogesh Soman of Mumbai University wrote a post on Facebook about Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.  This post is related to the statement given by Rahul Gandhi about Veer Savarkar.

 The professor also wrote a video blog, some of which were considered offensive.  Due to this, the professor was sent on leave.  The same, the university says that Professor Yogesh Soman had many other complaints not against the post but due to which action was taken.
After the report of the committee, the professor was forcibly sent on leave.

 According to university administration sources, a committee was formed in this regard.  After the report of the committee, the professor was forcibly sent on leave.  At the same time, Congress student unit NSUI, leftist student organization AISF and student Bharti had protested in the university demanding action against Yogesh Soman.

 Be aware that at a rally on December 13, Rahul Gandhi had said that he is Rahul Gandhi, not Rahul Savarkar.  After that he ridiculed Make in India and said that now this project has become a rape in India.  This statement of Rahul Gandhi was severely criticized.

 What was facebook post

 Soman, director of the Academy of Theater Arts at Mumbai University, posted a 51-second video on Facebook and Twitter on 14 December in which he said that you are not really Savarkar, the truth is that you are not even the true Gandhi.  You do not have any value.  Saying this I oppose Gandhi's Pappugiri.

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