close
Delhi

JNU’s Umar Khalid Expelled, Kanhaiya Kumar Fined Over 2016 Sedition Case

JNU’s Umar Khalid Expelled, Kanhaiya Kumar Fined Over 2016 Sedition Case

JNU’s Umar Khalid Expelled : Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were captured in February 2016 on charges of subversion regarding the dubious occasion and are out on safeguard.

JNU's Umar Khalid Expelled, Kanhaiya Kumar Fined Over 2016 Sedition Case
The panel has upheld its decision in the case of Umar Khalid and Kanhaiya Kumar.

NEW DELHI: The JNU’s abnormal state request advisory group has maintained Umar Khalid’s rustication and a fine of Rs. 10,000 forced on Kanhaiya Kumar regarding the February 9, 2016 episode.

The JNU board had in 2016 prescribed rustication of Mr Khalid and two different understudies and forced a fine of Rs. 10,000 on Mr Kumar, the then understudies’ association president, regarding the grounds occasion against Afzal Guru’s hanging amid which hostile to national mottos were supposedly raised.

The five-part board had likewise forced money related punishment on 13 different understudies for infringement of disciplinary standards.

The understudies had then moved the Delhi High Court, which had guided the college to put the issue before an investigative expert to audit the board’s choice.

As per sources, the board has maintained its choice on account of Umar Khalid and Kanhaiya Kumar.

“The punishment has additionally been lessened for a few understudies like Ashutosh Kumar is currently expected to pay just the fine and will be permitted to keep remaining in the inn. Some of them are never again JNU understudies so the discipline won’t make a difference to them,” a source said.

“The charged understudies were allowed to assess the reports and recordings of confirmations amid the audit procedures of the board and were likewise given a chance to show up before the redrafting specialist to introduce their protection,” the source included.

While tedious endeavors to achieve the JNU Rector, Proctor and the bad habit chancellor did not emerge, the JNU understudies association said that the understudies who have been issued new letters will claim under the steady gaze of the Delhi High Court.

“Indeed, even after more than two years, Delhi Police has not possessed the capacity to document charge sheet in the rebellion case. This witch-chasing of understudies in name of the abnormal state enquiry board of trustees is only piece of a hostile to JNU crusade which the understudies won’t acknowledge,” said Sucheta De, National President, All India Students Association (AISA).

Saurabh Sharma, from the ABVP, who had raised complaint to the occasion in 2016, hailed the test board’s choice and requested strict usage of the discipline orders for the understudies who have been discovered liable of abusing the disciplinary standards.

Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were captured in February 2016 on charges of subversion regarding the questionable occasion and are out on safeguard.

Their capture had activated far reaching dissents.

AZAD HIND NEWS

(This Story Originating From NDTV)

Sanjay Bhagat

The author Sanjay Bhagat

Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

Leave a Response