JNU row- Delhi cops say some suspects in the campus

New Delhi, Feb 17: The Delhi police is in talks with the administration of the JNU after it has been found that some of the accused persons were still on the campus.

The police has been trying to arrest some persons who were part of the protest at the JNU in which anti national slogans were allegedly shouted.

Cops say some suspects in JNU campus

However the Delhi police will tread carefully before entering the campus as there has been criticism when they did it for the first time.

We have not taken any decision on whether to enter the campus and conduct a search. We have identified the suspects and some are still in the campus. We are in talks with the JNU administration in this regard, a Delhi police official said. We will also seek permission from the vice chancellor in this regard the officer said.

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The Delhi police is also seeking the help of the intelligence bureau and its special unit in this case. The police apart from looking for the suspects and the organisers is also trying to find out if the organisers of the event at the JNU and the Press Club had received any finances.

Looking for a financial link will be helpful and if it has come from some banned outfit, then charges under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act will be slapped.

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