In days after the Delhi police filed its charge sheet in the 2016 JNU sedition case against Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and eight others as main accused, and subsequent to the controversy over the Delhi government not giving its sanction for the charge sheet to be filed, Republic TV has accessed videos that are a part of the probe, that show the slogans that were hurled.
The videos include the anti-India slogans raised in February 2016 at a pro-Afzal Guru protest at the public institution.
The slogans were:
In its charge sheet that ran into 1,200 pages, the Delhi Police had gone into great detail over the precise evidence against each of the main accused. Against the three JNU students, namely Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, and Anirban Bhattacharya, the Delhi Police had listed a combination of documentary, oral and electronic evidence. Video evidence had also been heavily relied on to file charges against the seven Kashmir resident students who were named as main accused.
The video evidence, which has now been accessed by Republic TV, had been authenticated by Forensic labs, the police had stated, and statements had been taken from students, security guards and others.