By Hasan Akram
Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit, the first woman vice chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University, is a Hindu hardliner and has supported calls for genocide of Muslims, targeted Christians, students and farmers on Twitter.
She deleted her Twitter account on Monday after netizens started pointing out her objectionable tweets following her appointment as vice chancellor of JNU.
Be it women of Shaheen Bagh or farmers protesting against agricultural laws or students of JNU and Jamia fighting for their rights, no one has been spared by her.
Once she openly called for putting Indian Muslims in concentration camps. “Do it like the Chinese do with these mentally ill Jihadists,” she said on Twitter.
Like all Hindu other extremists, she has also hailed the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by Nathuram Godse. In a tweet, she said that Godse “identified the solution for a united India in the assassination of one person Mahatma Gandhi.”
She has made highly objectionable references to journalists, activists and film personalities such as Hollywood actress and singer Rihanna and Indian journalist Arfa Khanum Sherwani.