JNU row accused blames 'Outsiders' for anti-India slogans
Jawaharlal Nehru University student union general secretary Rama Naga, one of the 5 students accused of raising anti-India slogans at the college campus, on Monday blamed outsiders behind such anti-Indian activities.
New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University student union general secretary Rama Naga, one of the 5 students accused of raising anti-India slogans at the college campus, on Monday blamed outsiders behind such anti-Indian activities.
"On the night of February 9, some people, mostly outsiders came and raised anti-India slogans after which we asked them to leave the venue immediately. We even complaint to the security department of JNU. We were not involved in anti-India sloganeering," Rama Naga said while speaking to reporters.
"We urged the security department of Jawaharlal Nehru University to lock up those behind raising anti-India slogans at the campus," Naga added.
Naga, who along with 5 other absconding JNU students surface at the campus today, said that he will not resist if Delhi Police arrests them.
"Delhi Police can come and take any action. We won't resist but will cooperate if we are arrested. We were blamed because we organised the event. It's upto the university vice-chancellor to decide on the issue of our arrest. We will abide by every decision of the vice-chancellor," he said.
All five students, who were accused of sedition and were absconding, surfaced on the campus of the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi today. Rama Naga, along with four other accused - Umar Khalid, Anant Prakash Narayan, Ashutosh Kumar and Anirban Bhattacharya - returned to the university campus late on Sunday night.