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With only Rs 150 in bank, man offered Rs 11 lakh to kill Kanhaiya

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New Delhi: Adarsh Sharma who announced a bounty of Rs 11 lakh on the head of JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar has only Rs 150 in his bank account, police said.

The Purvanchal Sena president lives a rented accommodation, hasn’t paid rent for several months, reported Hindustan Times quoting an official privy to the investigation against him.

Sharma is a native of Begusarai in Bihar from where JNUSU President Kanhaiya also belongs.
Sharma told Hindustan Times, “Our land does not produce such anti-nationals. This is why I have decided to do this.”

“We want the traitor dead. He has insulted mother India and raised anti-national slogans. We have faith in the court but it takes a long time for a case to be decided. We want to ensure there is a quick decision.”

The posters in Hindi read, “Whoever shoots JNUSU president and traitor Kanhaiya Kumar will be rewarded Rs 11 lakh from the Purvanchal Sena.” The poster is signed by Adarsh Sharma, ‘Son of Purvanchal, President, Purvanchal Sena’, and also includes his mobile number.

Police said a case has been registered against Sharma for defacing public property. Sharma has also switched off his mobile phone and stopped communication with his relatives and friends, the report further said.

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