Kanhaiya Kumar Receives Bail, Brother Hopes For A Clean Chit

JNU administration on Wednesday respected the Delhi High Court's decision to give bail to understudies union president Kanhaiya Kumar, as an uplifting news for the varsity hoping that regularity will return on campus soon.

Kanhaiya, was arrested on February 12 in a sedition case in connection with an occasion on campus against hanging of Parliament assault convict Afzal Guru amid which hostile to national slogans were purportedly raised.

Kanhaiya Kumar Gets Bail

He was today granted interim bail for six months by the Delhi High Court which said that he needs to coordinate in the continuous examination and needs to present himself before the specialists as and when required.

The understudies have been fomenting requesting Kanhaiya's release claiming he has been framed for raising his voice and being branded as a terrorist.

Kanhaiya, is likewise among the eight understudies who were academically debarred by the university on the basis of a preliminary enquiry report from the varsity's high-level committee.

Kanhaiya's brother said that they have faith in Constitution. There is no evidence against Kanhaiya, he'll get clean chit soon.

On Wednesday evening, JNUSU general secretary Rama Naga, one of the six denounced for the situation, addressed understudies before the administration block on the campus. Respecting the high court's verdict on Kanhaiya, Naga said, This verdict is a slap on the substance of the Bharatiya Janata Party. A conspiracy was hatched so that Kanhaiya could languish in jail. This verdict is a fight against the BJP and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

Over a 1,000 understudies walked from the Mandi House to Parliament Street, requesting the release of Kanhaiya Kumar yesterday.

Clean Chit To Kanhaiya Kumar

Understudies of Jawaharlal Nehru University emitted in euphoria yesterday at Parliament Street.

Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar will on Thursday walk out of jail, a day in the wake of being granted six-month interim bail by the Delhi High Court.

Five others - Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya, Rama Naga, Anant Prakash had gone sequestered from everything following Kanhaiya's arrest dreading swarm lynching.

They reemerged back on campus 10 days after the fact. While Umar and Anirban surrendered before the police, the remaining three refused to do as such however maintained that they are interested in questioning by police as and when needed.

The five-part probe committee of the university is scheduled to submit its report tomorrow.

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