New Delhi: 

A chargesheet was filed at present towards former scholar union leaders Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and eight others for allegedly holding an “anti-national” occasion at Jawaharlal Nehru College in Delhi in February 2016.

The police stated they’ve proof to proceed towards former JNU College students’ Union leaders Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and 7 college students from Jammu and Kashmir.

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”.

Reacting to the 1,200-page chargesheet, Kanhaiya Kumar stated it’s “politically motivated”. “If the information is true {that a} chargesheet has been filed, I want to thank police and Modi ji. The submitting of chargesheet after three years, forward of elections, clearly reveals it to be politically motivated. I belief the judiciary of my nation,” the previous scholar chief informed information company ANI.

Umar Khalid denied the allegations towards him. “The federal government is attempting to divert consideration and alter the narrative in an election 12 months to cover their failure. We are going to battle the case and show our innocence,” Mr Khalid informed NDTV.

The police stated there is no such thing as a direct proof towards 36 different accused, together with Communist Get together of India chief D Raja’s daughter Aprajita, however they are often summoned for questioning.

Three policemen have been seen carrying the 1,200-page chargesheet, stored inside a trunk, to Patiala Home Court docket earlier than the police lastly submitted it to the courtroom.

Quoting eyewitnesses, the police stated Kanhaiya Kumar was seen elevating anti-national slogans on the occasion three years in the past, including they’ve a video that reveals him talking clearly.

“The investigation was complicated because the workforce additionally needed to go to different states to take statements,” Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik had stated final week.


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