Friday, January 10, 2020

On the report of JNU violence, Javadekar said - lie exposed, Irani said - left plans exposed

The Delhi Police on Friday released a picture of nine suspects who attacked the campus, including JNU Students' Union President Ishi Ghosh, in the case of violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). The statements of Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar and Smriti Irani on the picture of the suspects released by the Delhi Police have been revealed. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that the police brought out the truth, it is clear that the leftist student organizations were involved in the attack.

Javadekar said that the blame was being deliberately blamed on ABVP, BJP and others, which was not true. Javadekar said that parties like CPI, CPI (M), AAP were rejected in the Lok Sabha elections, now they are using students for their vested interests. JNU students should end their agitation and let the academic session begin, while Union Minister Smriti Irani said that the Left plans were exposed in JNU after the Delhi Police released evidence, the Left parties using the campus as a political battleground are doing.

In connection with the violence in Delhi, the Delhi Police on Friday released a picture of nine suspects and claimed that JNU Students' Union President Ishi Ghosh was one of them. Police said that out of the nine, seven are associated with Left student organizations while two are associated with right wing student organizations. Addressing a press conference, Crime Branch Deputy Commissioner Joy Tirkey said that between January 1 and January 5, a large number of students wanted to register for the winter semester but left-leaning organizations were not allowing them to do so. Were.

In connection with the attack on January 5, the DCP said that certain rooms in the university's Periyar hostel were targeted. The police officer claimed that some people, including Aishi Ghosh, attacked the students in the hostel. Ghosh, who was injured in the attack, however, dismissed the allegations, saying whatever evidence the Delhi Police had should be made public.


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