Internal investigation shelved: Year on, little headway in JNU violence probe

No captures, no chargesheet and the college’s inward test disintegrated — a year after concealed individuals went out of control inside Jawaharlal Nehru College, the examination concerning the viciousness has gained little ground.

As per police sources, an extraordinary examination group of the Delhi Police Wrongdoing Branch has recognized 15 suspects — all understudies — yet their examination was slowed down after the lockdown was reported and understudies got back to their homes.

On January 9 a year ago, a public interview was called by the Delhi Police — four days after around 100 concealed people went out of control inside the JNU grounds, leaving 36 understudies, instructors and staff harmed — wherein it had delivered the names of nine suspects, all understudies, of whom seven were distinguished as individuals from Left-understudy outfits. The other two were from ABVP, however police didn’t name the outfit.Three FIRs were enrolled at Vasant Kunj (north) police headquarters, yet the examination was moved to the Wrongdoing Branch by then Delhi Police Magistrate Amulya Patnaik and an uncommon examination group of 20 police faculty set up a camp office inside the JNU administrator block. After the February Upper east Delhi riots, notwithstanding, a similar group was approached to test revolt cases, just as the argument against Nizamuddin Markaz head Maulana Saad regarding claimed infringement of Coronavirus convention.

Sources disclosed to The Indian Express the SIT has addressed 88 individuals, including nine speculates whose photos were delivered by SIT boss DCP Delight Tirkey at the question and answer session. The SIT has additionally recorded explanations of harmed understudies, instructors, superintendents, safety officers and understudies against whom charges were made. “In the wake of addressing, we discovered names of some different suspects, however since the lockdown was reported, the group couldn’t accumulate more definitive proof against them,” said a police source.The SIT has likewise addressed Delhi College understudy Komal Sharma regarding the viciousness following claims that she was found in recordings from that day. “She guaranteed during her doubting that a few people were attempting to outline her, and denied her contribution in the viciousness. She likewise asserted she was absent on the grounds that day,” a source said.

Delhi Police representative Dr Eish Singhal said three FIRs were enrolled regarding the savagery and examination is forthcoming.

Subsequent to going under analysis for inaction and not gathering the understudies and instructors harmed in the January 5 viciousness, the JNU organization had set up a five-part panel to test the episode. In any case, after one year, Enlistment center Pramod Kumar disclosed to The Indian Express that the interior test had been racked as the police was at that point doing its examination.