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Five Naxals arrested from Jharkhand

Recently five Naxals identified as Karthik Ganjhu, Jageshwar Ganjhu, Ranjit Ganjhu, Pappu Ganjhu, and Rooplal Ganjhu have been arrested from the Titir Mahua forest, situated in Jharkhand. After receiving an unknown tip-off, the police official team had reached the forest. After their arrival, some armed squads tried to flee from the scene, but later they all were arrested. The police have recovered police carbines, three rifles, 423 bullets and Naxalite leaflets, which were allegedly stolen from the police. Src: https://bit.ly/2T6E21J

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Amit Shah ordered enquiry over JNU violence, asked for report to be submitted immediately

The Home minister, Amit Shah has released his statement after yesterday’s incident of masked men and women barged into the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and beaten the students and teacher. As per the media reports, Amit Shah has instructed the Delhi Police Commissioner to take necessary actions. In addition to that, he has also ordered an enquiry to be carried out by a Joint CP level officer and asked for a report to be submitted as soon as possible. Src: https://bit.ly/36nXNFA

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Those disrupting peaceful academic atmosphere of campus won't be spared, says JNU

After yesterday’s incident of masked men and women barging into the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and beating the students and teacher, the JNU has released its statements. JNU said, "Violators of university rules who are trying to disrupt the peaceful academic atmosphere of campus will not be spared." Taking its views further, "It is unfortunate that violence took place in JNU campus this evening...JNU administration feels great pain and anguish for students who've sustained injuries." Src: https://bit.ly/2QURl2y

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