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    Why YouTuber Bhuvan Bam is being called ‘Brave’ for his stand on JNU violence

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    The violence in Jawaharlal Nehru University on late Sunday has left the entire nation shaken with social media rallying together to condemn the brutality unleashed on students and teachers.

    People from different walks of life have taken to Twitter to express their dissent over the campus violence carried on by a bunch of masked men and women.

    Meanwhile, Indian comedian-YouTuber Bhuvan Bam tweeted that he has been receiving ‘threats’ for voicing strong criticisms over the contemporary state of violence.

    Bam is known for his satirical videos, which highlight the various social evils, strongly rooted in our country. He twitted:

    The comedian told his followers that they must understand that humanity is over politics. “Physically injuring someone is inhumane and this country won’t take it,” he wrote. His fans thoroughly supported him by taking twitter as a medium

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