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JNU vandalism: FIR registered for vandalism and writing objectionable slogans outside VC office on campus

A complaint is also registered for vandalism of yet-to-be inaugurated Swami Vivekananda statue.

The Delhi Police has registered an FIR in connection with the ‘defacement of public property’ against ten students of the JNU. The FIR is registered under section 3 of the Delhi Prevention of Defacement of Property Act for vandalism on JNU campus.

The varsity had filed two complaints against the vandals who had defaced the campus and vandalised the statue of Swami Vivekananda which is yet to be inaugurated. JNU goons had painted slogans like ‘F*ck BJP’ and ‘Bhagwa jalega (Bhagwa will burn)’ near the base of the statue.

Read: Watch: JNU ‘students’ manhandle and attack woman journalist from Zee News, chant ‘Zee News Muradabad’

The Delhi Police had registered first complaint on Friday, following which seven JNU students were reportedly identified who had defaced the JNU VC’s office and wrote objectionable slogans. The same team will also probe the vandalism of Swami Vivekananda statue on JNU campus. The JNU ‘students’ were protesting against the hostel fee hike.

Amidst all this, an undated, unverified video of students, believed to be inside JNU campus, are also seen shouting ‘azadi’ slogans.

OpIndia cannot independently verify the authenticity of the above video.

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