These Are The Anti-national Slogans Raised In JNU In 2016, As Per The Delhi Police Chargesheet

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From 'bharat tere tukde honge, inshallah' to 'hum kya chahte aazadi', the Delhi Police in their chargesheet has mentioned that anti-national slogans were raised on February 9, 2016 at the JNU

Written By Narayan R | Mumbai | Updated On:

In its 1200-page chargesheet, the Delhi Police on Monday listed down the number of anti-national slogans raised by 10 individuals, including former JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, JNU student Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, on February 9, 2016 at the JNU, for which they have been named as prime accused and charged with sedition.

From 'bharat tere tukde honge, inshallah' to 'hum kya chahte aazadi', the cops mentioned in their chargesheet that they have video evidence along with witnesses to prove that anti-national slogans were shouted. 

As many as 12 such chants can be found in the chargesheet filed by the Delhi Police. Here are those slogans: 

  • "Hum kya chahte Azadi"
  • "Hum leke rahenge Aazadi".
  • "Go India go back"
  • "Sang bazi wali aazadi (freedom for throwing stones)"
  • "Bharat tere tukde honge, inshaallah" 
  • "Kashmir ki azadi tak jang rahegi"
  • "Bharat ki barbadi tak aazadi"
  • "Bharat ke mulk ko ek jhatka or do"
  • "Bharat ko ek ragda or do"
  • "Hum chin ke lenge azadi, ladke lenge aazadi"
  • "Kitne Maqbool maroge har ghar se maqbool niklega"
  • "Indian army ko do ragda"

The cops in their chargesheet have mentioned that video footage was genuine and outsiders presence was established through mobile clip and videos. All have been chargesheeted on the basis of electronic evidence and statement of students and security guards.

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On 9 February 2016, a programme was organized at the JNU premises to show anger against the hanging of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhat. During the programme, students had allegedly chanted anti-India slogans. Kanhaiya Kumar and others were arrested but were later released on bail by the Delhi High Court. 

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