Police reject charges of being late for JNU; say responded to the situation professionally
NEW DELHI: On Monday he rejected the charge of being late at Jawaharlal Nehru University despite several pleas from student unions, stating that they responded to PCR calls and the public order situation professionally to control violence on campus.
Addressing reporters, spokesman for the Delhi police Mandeep Singh Randhawa said the internal security of lies with the administration of the university team.
We have responded to the PCR calls and the public order situation professionally, he said.
In the investigation initiated after a masked crowd attacked students on campus on Sunday, he said Crime Branch had found some vital clues and was working on it.