Left design in JNU unmasked. They led mobs of mayhem, destroyed public property paid for by taxpayers, disallowed new students from being enrolled, used the campus as a political battleground. #LeftBehindJNUViolence becomes public knowledge as @DelhiPolice releases evidence.— Smriti Z Irani (@smritiirani) January 10, 2020
Delhi Police press conference Highlights: Left behind JNU violence becomes public knowledge as cops name suspects, says Smriti Irani
The investigation is being carried out by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police
The Delhi Police, at a press conference on Friday, released pictures of nine suspects associated with violence that rocked Jawaharlal Nehru University on January 5.
The incident has left over 30 students, including JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh, seriously injured.The investigation is being carried out by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police.