JNU PROTEST

JNU students worshipped demon, demanded beef: Delhi Police

JNU-human-chain (File) The students had also invited Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani for a meeting in the campus

The 'in-depth investigation' by the Delhi Police into the protests at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) revealed that besides organising an event to commemorate the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, the students were also into 'demon worship'.

Media reports suggest that the the Delhi Police submitted an investigation report to Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) according to which the students at the JNU campus demanded beef in the hostel mess and worshipped Mahisasur (a demon god) instead of Goddess Durga during Navratri festival.

The report also said the protest on February 9 was organised by Democratic Student's Union (DSU)—a Leftist group. However, the leader of JNU Students Union Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested for organising the protest, on charges of Sedition.

According to the police report, the students had also invited Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani for a meeting in the campus.

According to the report, nine students from DSU and 10 from Democratic Students' Federation (DSF) have been identified as those who were allegedly involved in anti-social and anti-national activities which involved "discreetly preparing nude and objectionable posters of deities and affixing them on walls."

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