The Delhi Police has registered three cases against Jaya Films for the controversial issue of ‘Love Jihad’ on Friday night at Jawaharlal Nehru University. It is being told that there was violence during the filming. The police had received 13 complaints in this case. He has registered the cases after analysing these complaints. The Delhi Police said that they registered three cases in connection with the alleged violence on the University campus over the screening of a film on the contentious issue of ‘love jihad’ on Friday night. The police had received 13 complaints in this matter and registered three cases after analysing the complaints. The police said on Saturday that it has registered a case following a complaint by former JNUSU president Mohit Kumar Pandey against a few students, who, he alleged, roughed him up. Another police case was registered against Pandey on the complaint of Yogesh Kumar, a security guard at the university, who suffered injuries in his leg after Pandey allegedly hit his car over him.
ABVP determined black day in JNU history on April 27. He strongly opposed the Left parties group during the screening of a film based on Love Jihad. Saurabh Sharma, ABVP Central Working Committee member, and former Joint Secretary JNUSU alleged that the Gorilla Attacks were carried over ABVP workers. In the JNU during the screening of In The Name of Love Movie, screen coals were broken by the leftists. They beat our leaders, and their clothes were also torn.
Kanhaiya Kumar, former president of JNU Student Union, has been included in the National Council of Communist Party of India (CPI). He has been included in the 125-members Council. At the same time, S Sudhakar Reddy has been made the general secretary of CPI. Senior leader C. Diwakaran, Satyan Mockery, CN Chandran and Kamla Sadanandan are no longer part of the National Council. On being removed from the National Council, Divakaran said that I have no Godfather and you can not stay in the National Council without any support.