Kanhaiya appeals for calm, says ‘I do not support anti-India slogans’



NEW DELHI, (TNN): Jawaharlal Nehru University student union president Kanhaiya Kumar has condemned the controversial protest at the university campus that has led to his arrest under charges of sedition and has appealed for calm.

Calling the February 9 protest incident as unfortunate, Kanhaiya says that he did not support the unconstitutional anti-India slogans raised by the protesters.
“I have seen the video of the protests. Some students of JNU and some outsiders were raising unconstitutional slogans,” Kanhaiya says in the statement, shared by Delhi top cop.
“I have full faith in India’s Constitution and I believe in unity and integrity of the nation. I will not support any activity that is against the country,” says the statement signed by Kanhaiya.
Kanhiya, who has been booked under sedition charge in connection with the protest event where anti-national slogans were allegedly raised last week, has been remanded to judicial custody till March 2.

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