Delhi Police to question two suspects in JNU violence case today; forensic officials to collect evidence from university campus
The Delhi Police's Crime Branch, which is probing the JNU violence case, on Tuesday will question two suspects and some who were injured in the attack by a masked mob on 5 January, officials said
Delhi Police's Crime Branch, which is probing the JNU violence case, will question on Tuesday two suspects and some who were injured in the attack by a masked mob
New Delhi: The Delhi Police's Crime Branch, which is probing the JNU violence case, on Tuesday will question two suspects and some who were injured in the attack by a masked mob on 5 January, officials said.
Police will also question those who made calls to police control rooms on the day of the violence, they said. Sucheta Taluqdar and Priya Ranjan will be questioned along with some people who were injured in the attack, the officials said. Crime branch officers had on Monday questioned three students, including JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh, in the case.
Ghosh, Talukdar, Ranjan, Dolan Samanta, Vhaskar Vijay Mech, Chunchun Kumar (a JNU alumni) and Pankaj Mishra have been named as suspects.
The officials said a Forensic Science Laboratory team (Cyber) will also be visiting the campus to collect evidence.
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Farmers' protest: Delhi Police granted permission for 26 January tractor rally, say union leaders; Haryana cops quiz masked man
The tractor parades will start from the Ghazipur, Singhu and Tikri border points and details will be finalised on Saturday, farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohar said after attending a meeting with the police
Delhi riots: Presumption of undertrial's innocence should not be destroyed by media trial, says court
The court was hearing a plea filed by Delhi riots accused Umar Khalid, who said the media reports have quoted from his alleged disclosure statement to show that he has confessed to his involvement in the riots and it was prejudicing his right to a fair trial
A series of emails exchanged with those behind the alleged scam as well as other documents connected with the matter have been enclosed with the complaint.