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#LeftBehindJNUViolence trends on Twitter, Javadekar says malafide campaign launched to defame ABVP

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New Delhi, Jan 10: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on JNU Violence on Friday blamed on Left-wing students for the January 5 violence on varsity campus. He said that malafide campaign launched to defame ABVP but Delhi Police cleared picture.

#LeftBehindJNUViolence trends on Twitter, Javadekar says malafide campaign launched to defame ABVP

He said,'' Today's police press* conference established that for last 5 days the chorus that was created deliberately to blame ABVP, BJP and others, that wasn't true. It's the left organisations that pre-planned violence, disabled CCTV & destroyed server,'' he said.

His remarks come after the Delhi Police named Aishe Ghosh, the JNU students' union president as one of the nine suspects identified by them in connection with three criminal cases registered by the police.

However, JNUSU president-elect Aishe Ghosh said she has evidence to show she was attacked, moments after Delhi police named her in the campus mob attack.

She said,'' We have not done anything wrong. We are not scared of the Delhi Police. We will stand by the law and take our movement ahead peacefully and democratically.''

Meanwhile, #LeftBehindJNUViolence started trending on Twitter as Delhi Police releases evidence. Check out some of the tweets here:

Union minister Smriti Irani also cited the information shared by Delhi Police on JNU violence to say that the "Left design" in the varsity has been "unmasked" and accused it of turning the campus into a political battleground.

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