A courtroom in Delhi immediately criticised the Delhi police for submitting a chargesheet towards former Jawarharlal Nehru College college students’ union chief Kanhaiya Kumar with out getting approval from the Delhi authorities.
“You do not have approval from the authorized division, why did you file chargesheet with out approval?” the courtroom advised the police whereas listening to the matter.
The Delhi police mentioned it should get approval from the federal government in 10 days.
The Delhi police on Monday filed a 1,200-page chargesheet towards Kanhaiya Kumar for allegedly holding an “anti-national” occasion at Jawaharlal Nehru College in Delhi in February 2016.
Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and 7 college students from Jammu and Kashmir – Aquib Hussain, Mujeeb Hussain, Muneeb Hussain, Umar Gul, Rayeea Rassol, Bashir Bhat and Basharat have been named within the chargesheet.
They’ve been accused of organising an occasion on the school campus towards the hanging of Parliament-attack mastermind Afzal Guru. Their arrests then had triggered an enormous controversy with the opposition slamming the police for “working on the behest of the ruling BJP”.
Kanhaiya Kumar mentioned the case towards him was “politically motivated”. “When the magisterial inquiry was executed, it was concluded that no JNU pupil was concerned. I need to say, the police has filed a chargesheet after three years. We thank them,” the previous pupil chief advised NDTV.
“The submitting of chargesheet after three years, forward of elections, clearly exhibits it to be politically motivated. I belief the judiciary of my nation,” he advised information company ANI.
Umar Khalid denied the allegations towards him. “The federal government is making an attempt to divert consideration and alter the narrative in an election yr to cover their failure. We are going to combat the case and show our innocence,” Mr Khalid advised NDTV.
“We’re satisfied about our innocence, and have full religion within the courtroom,” Mr Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya mentioned in an announcement.