One some-more Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student, who has been indicted of mutiny is underneath examine over a argumentative eventuality of 9 Feb where anti-India slogans were raised, pronounced a NDTV report. The student, Ashutosh, is among a 6 students who were wanted by a military in propinquity to a a events that unfolded on JNU campus progressing this month. After being blank given Feb 12, 5 of them flush on campus on Feb 21.
The Delhi Police had indicted 19 JNU students of displaying anti-national slogans, out of that 16 are alumni of a university, some of that are posterior aloft preparation in institutions abroad, according to a DNA report. The list also includes names of students who now learn in several universities opposite India.
The reports adds that a Delhi Police’s comprehension section prepared a list a week after a protests erupted, yet after it was suggested final week that a video display students cheering anti-national slogans was doctored, they found themselves in an annoying situation.
Accused, arrested and anticipating: JNU’s ‘seditious six’
After Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested on 12 February, 5 students on a Delhi Police’s radar went missing. These were students indicted of mutiny – Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya, Rama Naga, Ananth Prakash Narayan and Ashutosh Kumar – who returned to a JNU campus on 21 February.
While a 5 have been debarred from a university they were authorised to use a hostels. After their return, they were quoted observant that they left since of a antagonistic sourroundings that had been created, branding them as terrorists and anti-nationals. However, they returned when they found that a video was doctored and realised a strength of a students protesting in their favour, pronounced a Times of India report.
On 24 February, Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were arrested on charges of mutiny and were sent to military control for 3 days. They were sent to control after a justice conference on 24 Feb evening, a courtroom that was radically a make-shift one during a partner commissioner of police’s office, pronounced an NDTV report.
The dual were questioned in a courtroom about a ‘outsiders’ that were concerned in aphorism cheering on 9 February.
Khalid and Bhattacharya surrendered to a military and with their three-day military control finale on Saturday, a Delhi military will furnish both of them in a temporary justice room following an sequence by a Delhi High Court to “maintain confidentiality” during their remand proceedings.
Interestingly, a DNA news records that a strange ‘list’ of students indicted of cheering anti-national slogans did not embody Umar Khalid as ‘volatile and reactive’ yet an talk with a students of JNU after suggested that a military usually went after Khalid once estimable justification unsuccessful to aspect opposite Kanhaiya. The military have Kanhaiya in custody, whose bail defence is slated to be listened by a Supreme Court on 29 February, as good of Khalid and Bhattacharya even yet a strange FIR was filed on a basement of a video that surfaced.
Hindustan Times reported that a other 3 indicted of mutiny – Rama Naga, Ashutosh Kumar and Anant Prakash – are doubt because they should surrender. They have pronounced that they have given a military all a information they need – their hostel numbers, room numbers and hit sum – it is now adult to a Delhi Police to take required movement if they please; they’re in a campus, prepared for anything. These 3 are members of a All India Students’ Association and their names were mentioned in a minute a military wrote to a JNU VC on 12 February.
There were dual other names on a list — Aishwarya Adhikari and Shweta Raj — information on whom is unavailable, according to India Today
Meanwhile, a Congress demanded that a box of JNU Students Union boss Kanhaiya Kumar, who is requisitioned on charges of sedition, should be eliminated to a non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ruled state of possibly Uttar Pradesh or Bihar, so that a law in a box is revealed.