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JNU row: Look out circular and no fly order against 3 students


New Delhi, Feb 20: The Delhi Police which has issued a Look our Circular (LoC) against three students has also sought permission from the Vice Chancellor of JNU to question ten students. The police are currently looking out for three students as they are alleged to have organised the Afzal Guru event at the JNU.

A circular has also been issued to airports with the details of these students to ensure that none of them leave the country.

JNU row: Look out circular against 3

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The police is basing their investigation based on some of the media clips regarding the event. These clips are also being send to the forensic sciences laboratory to check if they had been doctored or not.

There have been questions raised about the authenticity of these clips in which students are seen shouting anti India slogans.

No flying out

The Delhi Police suspects that some of these suspects may try and leave the country. Hence we have written to the Foreign Regional Registration Office (FRRO) so that the airport authorities are alerted. We suspect that some may leave the country, a Delhi police official informed.

The Delhi police has also questioned 17 persons in connection with the case. It wants to question ten more persons believed to be friends of the three students. The Delhi police is seeking the permission of the Vice Chancellor so that it could question the friends of the accused for further information about their whereabouts.

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