JNU row: Army, Navy, Air Force veterans unite against 'anti-national' activities, take out 'March For Unity'
Thousands of ex-servicemen on Sunday took to streets and launched a 'March For Unity' to show their solidarity against 'anti-national' activities in JNU.
New Delhi: Thousands of ex-servicemen on Sunday took to streets and launched a 'March For Unity' to show their solidarity against 'anti-national' activities in JNU.
The ex-servicemen holding Tricolour took out 'March For Unity' from Rajghat to raise their voice against the anti-national slogans that were raised in JNU campus.
Also, hundreds of civilians participated in the march.
Earlier, Delhi Police issued a lookout notice for three youth -- believed to be JNU students -- in connection with the alleged "anti-India" sloganeering at the varsity campus last week, a source said on Saturday.
JNU Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested on February 12 on sedition charges after allegedly raising "anti-India" slogans at a meeting on Kashmir held in the campus on February 9. He was on Wednesday sent to judicial custody till March 2.
Kanhaiya Kumar, who is from the CPI-affiliated All India Students' Federation, has denied the charge.