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A local court directed Delhi Police to issue a 10-day pre-arrest notice to activist Shehla Rashid in case she is to be arrested in connection with a case of sedition filed against her
The former JNU student leader said that she considers it her moral responsibility to speak up and clarify her stance on the electoral process
The counsel for Rashid submitted before the court that his client is ready to join the investigation and would cooperate with the police
In a series of tweets on August 17, Rashid had alleged that the armed forces entered houses in Kashmir at night and "ransacked" them.
Rashid had also given other updates on the situation including movement in Srinagar and neighbouring cities, cooking gas shortage, food supplies, communication blackouts.
The complaint copy stated that Rashid is deliberately and intentionally spreading fake news with the intention to incite violence in Jammu and Kashmir
The list includes N Sai Balaji, former President Geeta Kumari, Joint Secretary Amutha Jayadeep,Vice-President Sarika Chaudhary, student activist Kaushik Raj
Following the student outrage, the college also issued a second circular saying any article on relevant topics and within the Election Commission guidelines can be submitted
Can't take chances with students' lives: How Shehla Rashid has been helping Kashmiri students stay safe after Pulwama
Shehla said that right now the distress calls had subsided and there was no extraordinary situation currently. She also demanded to know why the violence instigators were not being taken to task
CUTN protest: ABVP calls protestors anti-national for not 'siding' with Pulwama solidarity march, students distraught
The CUTN students who are been on a hunger strike claimed cyber trolls by the ABVP are spreading the hate. Dr Subbiah said if proven right, the students behind this will suspended from the ABVP
The professor has been previously accused of making Islamaphobic statements against students in JNU
The police charged former JNU students Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya for allegedly shouting anti-India slogans during an event on the university campus on February 9, 2016
Delhi Police files chargesheet against JNU students sedition case, Kanhaiya calls it politically motivated
The charge sheet also contains CCTV footage, mobile footage and documentary evidence. The police have alleged that Kumar had incited the mob to shout anti-India slogans
The ex-JNUSU vice-president and Kashmiri activist talks to us about why Twitter was getting her down on a daily basis and how she is getting some much-needed mindspace away from right-wing trolls
Khalid says he had previously asked for police protection but the Delhi police never took him seriously.
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