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Kejriwal govt. considers legal action against three news channels for airing doctored video

08-March-2016
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Kejriwal govt. considers legal action against three news channels for airing doctored video

In a recent move in the JNU case, the Delhi government will be taking the legal route against channels that aired the doctored video of the JNU protests. The decision has come after CPM Chief Sitaram Yechuri met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal recently.

Media reports suggest that the Delhi government has ordered their legal counsel to move court against the three news channels which allegedly doctored the tapes of the anti-national slogans raised in JNU. Reports also highlighted that Kejriwal government has ordered a magisterial enquiry into the alleged raising of anti-national slogans on the JNU campus. Currently Kanhaiya Kumar, the JNU Student President, is out on interim bail. 

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