That is, Kamra’s implying he wasn’t informed by the university that his stand-up comedy event, scheduled for August 11, was cancelled following a petition from a group of 11 former students who claimed he was ‘anti-national‘. He only got to know upon reading a Times of India tweet on the issue.
“Ever been so cool that you find out from the news that you’re not going to be working on a particular day? Celebrating my day off in the future on my day off today,” tweeted Kamra.
Ever been so cool that you find out from the news that you’re not going to be working on a particular day? Celebrat… https://t.co/IhowWzbdh7
— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) 1532276632000
As TOI reported earlier, Parimal Vyas, the vice-chancellor of MSU received a mail from a former students’ group on…