JNU Row: Ashutosh Kumar called in for doubt by Delhi police

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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.

Umar Khalid. Screen squeeze from YouTube

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.