JNU Violence: Delhi Police Says 37 Students from WhatsApp Group Have Been Identified
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New Delhi, January 11: Delhi Police has identified 37 students from a WhatsApp group created during the January 5 violence on the JNU campus, sources said. They said the identified persons do not belong to any organisation — Left or Right.

Those identified are students who were in favour of the semester registration process and wanted to enrol themselves, the sources said. JNU Violence: Pinki Chaudhary of Hindu Raksha Dal Claims Responsibility For Assaulting Students, Says 'Such Attacks Will Continue'; Watch Video.

On Friday, police said the WhatsApp group, 'Unity Against Left', believed to have been created while the violence escalated on the JNU campus, was under the scanner.