“No BJP worker behind this JNU attack”: Nityanand Rai gives ABVP a clean chit

CBI entered the JNU campus to investigate the incident whereas Vice-Chancellor said let’s forget the past and give a fresh start


NEW DELHI| Following the attack on 5th January inside Jawaharlal Nehru University speedy action were introduced. The violent attack was planned and aided by insiders injured students claims. The nationwide protest was held in support of the JNU student.

To examine the whole issue, the case was handed to CBI. Delhi police were assisting the CBI with details they found.

Delhi Police sources claim its difficult for CBI to investigate the violence and the attackers to identify because the CCTV were damage and FIR was registered on this.

Delhi police is examining the case they have undertook the evidence rooted up after the violence. The screenshots and WhatsApp numbers. The numbers are switch off now.

While addressing media, MoS Home Nityanand Rai said ABVP not to blamed as they were not the part of this violence. Rai gave a clean chit to ABVP in connection with the violence. The violence that left 30 people affected which includes students and professors. The left blames ABVP and vice-versa.

MoS for Home Affairs said the party believes in peace so no BJP connection on this violence. “I want to tell Congress and AAP that they should not play with the future of our students. No BJP worker could have been a part of this attack as we believe in peace”, Rai said.

“The violence in JNU is only part of a conspiracy by opposition parties, I would like to tell them that the students are future of our country and therefore I will urge Congress leaders and likes of Arvind Kejriwal (of AAP) not to mislead the students,” Rai said. He also appealed to the students not to fall prey to political motives and vested interest. He also wished, “bright future” for the students. Rai holds a pro-CAA foot march in the national capital along with several party colleagues.

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The vice-chancellor Jagadesh Kumar breaks his silence after 48 hours of the violence. Lot of pressure surrounded as the student demanded for resignation of the VC. Reason being the VC Jagadesh Kumar absence while the violence took place and for not voicing his opinion on the brutality faced by the students where their safety was on stake.

While addressing the media vice-chancellor Jagadesh Kumar of JNU ask for no live address. He wanted to keep it low.

Jagadesh Kumar said the incident was unfortunate and violence is not the solution. Will bring all efforts to restore peace and normalcy in the university.

He further added to forget what has happened in the past and to move forward with a bright future. He informed students can register for the winter semester.



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