NewDelhi/Nagpur: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday rejected a plea seeking NIA probe into the pro-Afzal Guru event held at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on February 9.
The court also rejected the demand for the appointment of judicial commission to monitor the case.
Observing that police should be allowed to investigate the matter and things to develop, the Delhi High Court said that the petition was premature.
This comes a day after ugly scenes broke out at the Patiala House Court in the national capital on Monday as lawyers attacked JNU students and mediapersons outside the premises.
The scuffle broke out after lawyers asked students to vacate court premises before Kanhaiya Kumar’s bail plea hearing.
Delhi police have registered two FIRs in connection with violence after it received several complaints.
There has been no end to politics on the issue either, with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah taking on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for his visit to JNU, alleging his support to anti-nationals movement allegedly backed by some student’s union, alleging his support to anti-nationals movement allegedly backed by some student’s union.
He also warned Gandhi to refrain from making controversial statement that the saffron party is promoting a divide and hatred agenda in India.
The party president also demanded apology from Gandhi for his stand on the JNU issue.