Kanhaiya Kumar Receives Death Threat !

CRB Tech brings to you the latest update as far as Kanhaiya Kumar is concerned.

A nation made pistol and a threat letter against JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, purportedly composed by a man who had before debilitated the student leader over Facebook, were recouped from a bus working between an ISBT and JNU grounds taking after which Delhi Police is reflecting improving his security.

Kanhaiya Kumar

With the firearm, there was likewise a letter which said that Kanhaiya and Umar Khalid, who were captured under subversion charge over a questionable occasion in JNU grounds, will be executed.

The letter was purportedly written by the individual who had debilitated Kumar over Facebook before saying that men with weapons are as of now present inside the grounds, prepared to murder him any minute, the authority said.

Kumar doesn't get security spread inside the grounds however the college powers have obviously been told to illuminate Vasant Kunj (North) police headquarters every-time he leaves the grounds and security is given as needs be.

After the caution, the police are prone to build his security spread furthermore upgrade vigil around the JNU zone, the authority included. The weapon was recuperated in a bus plying between Kashmere Gate ISBT and the JNU grounds, after the driver detected an unclaimed pack and raised a caution.

CRB Tech came to know that police is attempting to find out the identity of the pack's proprietor and a few persons have been scrutinized, a senior authority said on Friday.

When he is not on campus, Mr Kumar is escorted by three policemen in casually dressed, police sources said. The college powers need to educate the police each time he leaves the grounds and security is given. When he visits another state, the neighborhood police make the security courses of action on premise of the ground circumstance.

While apprehended, Mr Kumar, 28, was kicked and slapped while being taken into court in spite of a ring of policemen around him. The attackers were driven by attorneys who said the student should have been rebuffed for "anti-nationalism".

Mr Kumar's capture specifically set the government against the resistance after it rose that the Delhi Police had wrongly announced that it had video proof of him making combustible comments against India at a JNU event, called to dissent against the hanging three years prior of Afzal Guru for his part in the assault on parliament in 2001.

Mr Kumar has been visiting colleges where he has over and over assaulted the government for what he depicts as its divisive approaches.

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