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Nothing to hide, nothing to worry: Naidu on JNU row

The government on Tuesday countered the Opposition’s attempts to corner it over the JNU row with Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu saying it had “nothing to hide and nothing to worry” and that the country is concerned over what happened in the university.

Naidu also touched on a Dalit scholar's suicide in Hyderabad university, another issue picked by the Opposition to attack the government, and said 10 students had ended their lives in the institute during the UPA rule. “Who did it? Who created such an atmosphere?” he shot back when asked about criticism of the government over the issue.

Referring to the JNU row, he said, “What happened in JNU has disturbed the country. Slogans were being shouted against the country and in favour of the neighbour (Pakistan). People are disturbed. Let there be debate.” 
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