JNU row: Delhi cops conduct raids as police chief briefs PMO

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New Delhi, Feb 17: The Delhi police commissioner B S Bassi today briefed the Prime Minister's Office about the investigations that are being conducted into the JNU row. The Commissioner said that the case on hand was a strong one and the investigations were on.

During the briefing it was also stated that raids were being conducted in several parts after the police got information about persons who organised the protest. In addition to this the police are also looking for four other persons who were part of the DSU and as per investigations it was this group which raised the anti India slogans.

JNU row: Delhi cops conduct raids as police chief breifs PMO.
Meanwhile the police is continuing to question JNU student leader Kanaiyha Kumar against whom sedition charges have been slapped. While Kanaihya admitted to making a speech against the RSS and the Modi government's policies, he denied that he had raised anti India slogans.

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He continued to maintain that he had not done or said anything that was seditious in nature. He also informed the police about four members of the DSU who were present at the event.

The Delhi police are on the look out for four persons part of the DSU as they have found that it is they who had ignited the problem.

The Delhi police learnt that the four persons are Umer Khalid, Riazul Haq, Anirbhan Bhattacharya and Rubina Saifee.

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