At least three video clips of “anti-India” sloganeering in JNU “doctored”
At least three video clips of the alleged ''anti-India'' slogans in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) have been found to be ''doctored'' by a forensic examination, a media report said today.
At least three video clips of the alleged 'anti-India' sloganeering in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) have been found to be 'doctored' by a forensic examination, a media report said today.
The video samples were sent by the Delhi government to Truth Lab in Hyderabad.
On February 13, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi had ordered the District Magistrate (New Delhi) to file a factual report about the incident, following conflicting claims of different parties shouting allegedly anti-national slogans on the JNU campus.
Indian Express, quoting its sources, said that three video clips that have been found doctored were found with 'serious' tampering and 'very special words' were inserted in the video clips.
The AAP had earlier questioned police action in the case and claimed, "The facts that are coming to light about this entire incident point towards a deep suspicion about the conspiratorial role played by the ABVP."
According to sources, it said, the various video clips suggested that nowhere in the videos of February 9, when Kanhaiya Kumar, currently in judicial custody facing charges of 'sedition', was seen raising any 'anti-national' slogans.