Harvard University drops two courses taught by Indian MP Subramanian Swamy


Harvard University’s faculty of Arts and Sciences decided after the vote to remove courses taught by Indian MP Subramanian Swamy, after he wrote two articles that demonize Islam. Today University set another example of keeping themselves away from any type of extremism.

Subramanian Swamy was born on 15 September 1939. He is an Indian, economist, statistician and politician. He serves as Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha nominated by people in the upper house of the Parliament of India. He is famous in all over India due to his anti-Muslim and Hindu nationalist views.

Harvard University in Cambridge where round about 7000 undergraduate and about 14,000 postgraduate students are enrolled. University took serious action against Indian MP Subramanian Swamy’s two economic courses and today announced that University management is going to drop these two courses.

Articles were written for local newspaper of Mumbai in which he clearly mentions that only Hindu should be allowed to vote. He further provided some recommendations especially demolishing of Muslim mosques.

Today’s action proves that people with such thinking have no place anywhere, especially in prestigious institutions like Harvard University.

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