Kanhaiya Kumar who returned to the JNU campus after 21 days in custody said that he was 'prepared for a long fight'.
JNU Students' Union President Kanhaiya Kumar said soon after his release this evening that he was made the victim of a media trial."I will now write my own story. I started writing in jail," he told NDTV.
Mr Kumar who returned to the JNU campus after 21 days, after he was charged with sedition and arrested, was released this evening from Tihar Jail amid high-security. He said he regularly monitored the news on TV and read the newspapers.
Kanhaiya Kumar poses with friends for a picture after his return on the JNU campus.
"I never said anything anti India... I am confident that the truth will prevail, true facts are emerging slowly," Mr Kumar said at the home of a faculty member on the JNU campus where he was reunited with his friends and supporters. He added though that he was "prepared for the long fight."
Kanhaiya Kumar was granted bail on Wednesday.
The Delhi High Court had granted him interim bail for six months late last evening, imposing conditions that include an undertaking that he will not take part in any unlawful or 'anti-national' activities. His lawyers reached Tihar Jail in the evening and handed over the release order to jail officials.
NDTV's Barkha Dutt in a conversation with Kanhaiya Kumar on JNU campus.
He was taken out of the jail amid security through a residential colony and then to a nearby police station. From there he went to the JNU campus where he gave a speech. Many students at the university campus told NDTV, they were waiting to hear him speak. His supporters are holding a march tonight to mark his release.