Kanhaiya dares JNU panel’s power to hold him guilty

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Former JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, involved in a sedition row, today questioned the power of a university panel to determine his guilt of alleged indiscipline in connection with the February 2016 event in which anti-India slogans were said to have been raised.

“I (Kanhaiya) am questioning the legitimacy of the entire process of issuing me the show cause notice. The High Level Enquiry Committee’s (HLEC) ambit was only to recommend the initiation of charges, if any, but it exceeded and recommended punishment without hearing,” the lawyer appearing for Kanhaiya, who was arrested in connection with the event, argued before Justice V K Rao in the Delhi High Court.

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