Delhi police confirms the role of students facing sedition charges

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However, the AAP govt had given clean chit to culprit students of JNU

In a recent development, the Delhi police have identified that the JNU students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were leading the mob along with the JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar. With the evidences against the students, the Delhi police have confirmed that Khalid, Bhattarchya and Kumar were shouting the anti-national slogans on February 9.

While opposing the bail plea of Khalid and Bhattacharya, the police have informed the court that these two were seen leading the mob and shouting anti-national slogans. The police have procured the video footage made by a JNU staffer during the incident on his mobile phone.

Even the other research scholars who are not affiliated with any group have confirmed the police that these two students were instigating the mob to march for Afzal Guru’s death anniversary.

Police official present during the hearing in court informed that the investigations have revealed after procuring the email of Khalid and posters of hanged militant Afzal Guru, it has been unearthed that Khalid had finanlised the posters for the event.

AAP had given clean chit to the traitor students of JNU

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The recent development in the JNU case by Delhi police has exposed the AAP on JNU incident. The ruling AAP had given clean chit to Umar Khalid, Bhattacharya and Kanhaiya. It is now evident that the AAP is purely anti-national as the party itself given clean chit to the culprits who shouted slogans against the country. It was more than a crime to raise the slogans against the country and the students were observing the death anniversary of the hanged militant who was responsible for the attack on parliament in which police personnel sacrificed their lives.

Kejriwal has took u turn on the JNU incident suddenly

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In a recent move, the muffler man who has been supporting the JNU students facing sedition charges now took u turn and started blaming the centre government for shielding the students who had shouted anti-national slogans.

Reference:

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/jnu-row-hearing-on-umar-anirbans-bail-reserved-for-march-18/

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/jnu-row-delhi-government-gives-clean-chit-to-kanhaiya-umar-khalid/1/610783.html

 

 

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