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JNU Violence: Nityanand Rai gives clean chit to ABVP, serious allegations against Congress

New Delhi. After the attack on students and teachers in JNU, the Modi government is appealing to maintain peace in Delhi. Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai and Vijay Goyal have conducted a peace march in Delhi over the JNU violence. During this March, the statement of Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai has come and he has given a clean chit to the ABVP in the attack. Nityananda’s statement came while the Delhi Police is still investigating the case.

At JNU campus, masked attackers beat up students against whom demonstrations are being held in many universities of the country. A round of allegations and counter-allegations between the Left and ABVP are continuing regarding this attack.

Congress is doing paty politics: Nityanand Rai

During the interaction with the media, Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai once again targeted the Congress. He has said that the Congress is misleading people. Nityanand Rai said that the BJP believes in law and peace. Believes in development. It is the work of Congress, not of BJP, to do paty politics.

He said that certainly in the incident that took place in JNU, there are no people sitting in power from anywhere. Our government is continuously developing the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Creative works are being done in the country. We are pursuing education. We are engaged in securing the border of the country and our government is never interested in such an incident.

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