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JNU row: Delhi police issues look out notice for students who raised ‘anti-national’ slogans

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The Delhi police on Saturday issued a look out circular (LOC) against three JNU students who are suspected to be a part of the group responsible for allegedly raising anti-national slogans on the university campus on February 9.

The Delhi Police has written to the concerned authorities at all the immigration checkposts in the country to trace the absconding accused. Several teams, including the Delhi Police Special Cell, have joined the search for the students and have started questioning close friends of the students. According to reports, the police have also collected call detail records (CDR) from the mobile phones of the three students.

The police have arrested JNU students union president Kanhaiya Kumar, who is presently in judicial custody in Tihar jail. Police have so far recorded statements of 17 eyewitnesses, including university students, JNU security staff and staff members in this regard.

ANI

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