Delhi Police files 1200 page charge sheet 2016 JNU sedition case: After nearly 3 years, the Delhi Police on Monday submitted a price sheet inside the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) sedition case on the Patiala House Courts.
Delhi Police files 1200 page charge sheet 2016 JNU sedition case –
The case relates to raising of “objectionable” and “anti-India” slogans at an occasion at the campus towards the putting of Parliament assault mastermind Afzal Guru.
The around 1,two hundred-page charge sheet, along side video evidences and memories of eyewitnesses, had been submitted to the court in a trunk, the police stated.
“Kanhaiya Kumar, Syed Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya have been chargesheeted underneath IPC Sections 124 A [sedition], 323 [voluntarily causing hurt], 465 [forgery], 471 [using as genuine, forged document], 143 [punishment for unlawful assembly], 149 [unlawful assembly with common object], 147 [rioting], 120B [criminal conspiracy],” said a police officer.
7 Kashmiri college students among 36 chargesheeted
Seven students, who’re natives of Jammu and Kashmir, are named in the fee sheet.
“The Kashmiri college students who had masked their faces failed to cowl them whilst walking lower back, which shows their involvement. The movies confirm that anti-India slogans had been raised at some stage in the illegal Assembly,” said the officer.
In the rate sheet, the police additionally named 36 college students, along with pupil leaders Shehla Rashid and Aprajita Raja. They have been stored in column number 12 of the rate sheet, which said they had been gift at some stage in the event however police do no longer have enough evidence towards them.
The price sheet said investigation discovered that Kanhaiya Kumar, then JNU Students’ Union president, led the protesters at the evening of February 9, 2016 and raised anti-India slogans.
“Hum kya chahte Azadi [We want freedom]”, “hum leke rahenge Aazadi ‘[We will get freedom]” “Go India, move back”, “Bharat tere tukde honge, Inshaallah [In the name of God, India will be chopped]” “Kashmir ki azadi tak jang rahegi [The fight will go on till Kashmir gets freedom]”, had been a number of the slogans raised all through the event.