JNU treason case: Kanhaiya Kumar, 1200 pages charge sheet against others.
Delhi Police filed their charge sheet in a court in a criminal case filed in 2016 against Kanhaiya Kumar, president of Jawaharlal Nehru University’s Alumni Association (JNUSU) on Monday.
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The charge sheet has been filed under IPC sections 124 A (treason), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 465 (forgery), 471 (using actual, forged documents), 143 (punishment for illegal assembly), 149 (general item Along with the illegal assembly). ), 147 (riot), and 120 B (criminal conspiracy).
Kanhaiya Kumar, Omar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya, Akeeb Hussain, Mujib Hussain, Munib Hussain, Umar Gul, Raisa Rasool, Bashir Bhat etc. have been named in the charge sheet.
Metropolitan Magistrate Sumit Anand presented the charge sheet for consideration before a competent court on Tuesday. Former JNUSU general secretary Shehla Rashid and DMK leader D Raja’s daughter Aprajita Raja have also been nominated in the charge sheet in 1200 pages.
This matter relates to the “anti-national” slogans in JNU campus on February 9, 2016, in which the death sentence of Afzal Guru, convicted of Parliament attack, was recorded.
According to sources, here are seven students of Jammu and Kashmir, who have been named in the charge sheet. Police also got a video of Kanhaiya, in which he gave a speech on the incident.
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Witnesses also told the police that Kanhaiya knew about the incident beforehand that it was one of the slogans. The police alleged that Kanhaiya was “part of anti-India slogan” and was becoming part of the crowd.
There are a total of 10 video clips that have been attached to the police as evidence. Police have named 90 witnesses in the charge sheet.
After complaints by BJP MP Mahesh Giri and ABVP, a case was registered against unknown persons in Vasant Kunj (North) police station under section 124 A (sedition) and 120 B (criminal conspiracy) of IPC on February 11, 2016.
The incident of 9 February was followed by the Varsity Administration after the abrogation of a complaint by ABVP, which had termed it “anti-national”.