JNU Student Kanhaiya Kumar's Medical Reports Shows He Was Injured In Attack

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JNU Student Kanhaiya Kumar's Medical Reports Shows He Was Injured In Attack

Delhi Police had said that Kanhaiya Kumar was "well-protected" and he was "not beaten up". (File Photo - Kanhaiya Kumar)


New Delhi:  JNU student union president Kanhaiya Kumar's medical examination report showed that he received external injuries during the attack on him at the Patiala House court complex, which contradicts claims by police.

According to news agency Press Trust of India, the medical report discloses that Kanhaiya Kumar was injured. "There were multiple abrasions on his left foot and nose, apart from tenderness in his left toe," a police source told PTI today.

The student leader was produced in the court on Wednesday where a group of men dressed in lawyers' robes unleashed a brazen attack on him and others, which included journalists, who were present there.

Following the incident, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi had said that Kanhaiya Kumar was "well-protected" and he was "not beaten up".

He, however, initiated an inquiry into reports of stone pelting on him.

Later in the night, the police registered two fresh cases in connection with the violence at the court complex, of which one pertained to the attack on the student leader.
 


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