Kanhaiya denied entry in House: Cong asks if he is a terrorist

Mumbai: The opposition Congress today raised the issue of JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar being refused entry into the visitors' gallery of Maharashtra Assembly here, saying he was not a terrorist and in a democracy anyone can watch the House proceedings.
 
Raising the issue through a point of information, Congress MLA Nadeen Khan said there was no obvious reason for not allowing Kumar, who had a valid pass, in the Assembly. "Is Kanhaiya Kumar a terrorist that he wasn't allowed," Khan, a former minister, said.
 
Speaker Haribhau Bagade told Khan that he will seek details of yesterday's incident. Senior Congress leader and former Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan termed the incident as "shameful".
"He is not a terrorist. In a democratic set-up, anyone can come and watch the proceedings of the law-making bodies. There must be a probe as to who ordered him to be stopped," Chavan said.
 
PTI