JNU Showdown: Who Said What and What Happened So Far

VC Jagadesh Kumar says vandals will be punished, urges students to help restore normalcy  

The vice chancelor of Jawaharlal Nehru University finally gave a press statement almost two days after violence was unleashed in the varsity campus. However, the bulk of his statement was dedicated to informing students that hostel registration process under the contentious revised rules is underway. He expressed hope that students will put the violence behind them and will try to make a fresh start. He also promised strict action against those found guilty.

NESO condemns JNU violence, appeals to Amit Shah to arrest those responsible 
North East Students’ Organisation (NESO) on Tuesday termed the recent violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) as “barbaric” and alleged that the central government has failed to protect the innocent students of the premier institute. Advisor, NESO Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharya also said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah must take immediate steps to book those involved in the violence at JNU on Sunday.


On the other side, people are tweeting about the hidden truth of JNU attack


Masked men involved in JNU attack will be exposed soon: Javadekar
Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said “masked” men involved in the JNU attack will be exposed soon as the Home ministry has ordered an inquiry into the incident. 
Talking to reporters on the sidelines of an event, the Information and Broadcasting Minister said misunderstanding are deliberately being spread in JNU and others parts of the country to incite violence. “I feel that Home minister has ordered an enquiry and the masked men involved in the JNU attack will soon be unmasked. 

Two day after attack, JNU Professor Sucharita Sen files complaint

JNU Professor Sucharita Sen, who suffered head injuries during an attack on students and teachers in the university campus on Sunday, has filed a police complaint.

Sen said outsiders had gathered at the university campus with sticks, rods, and deadly weapons. 

She said she was first hit with a large stone on her shoulder and then with even a larger one on her head, following which she fell on the ground bleeding profusely.
Police to use video footage, face-recognition for probe
Delhi Police is taking the help of video footage and face recognition system to identify those involved in the violence at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) here on Sunday, government sources said. The violence was perpetrated by a group of masked men at the premises of the prestigious institution.

Police is taking the help of video footage as well as face recognition system to identify the culprits, the sources said on Tuesday. The police is also investigating the claim made by a group called Hindu Raksha Dal of being involved in the violence at the university.

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