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Delhi Police seizes recordings from JNU server

The Delhi Police has seized all recordings that were available in the JNU server from January 3 to January 5 and have deposited it with Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL).

ANI | New Delhi | Updated: 27-01-2020 22:57 IST | Created: 27-01-2020 22:57 IST
Delhi Police seizes recordings from JNU server
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The Delhi Police has seized all recordings that were available in the JNU server from January 3 to January 5 and have deposited it with Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL).

This comes after a violent incident took place at the JNU campus on January 5, where a masked mob attacked teachers and students of the university with sticks and rods.

The Delhi Police Crime Branch investigating the case had released photographs of nine suspects, including JNU Students Union president Aishe Ghosh. (ANI)



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