The forensics laboratory which examined the Kanhaiya Kumar seven ‘sedition’ videos sent by the Delhi government has found 2 fake videos in which anti-India slogans were raised. The laboratory has revealed that the videos were edited and anti-India slogans audio of people were added to two out of the seven samples.
The final supplementary report submitted by Truth Labs to the Delhi Government has confirmed has exposed how the Kanhaiya video had been doctored .The Hyderabad based laboratory report says the slogans were deliberately added to the clips, which were shot during the event at the JNU on February 9.
Arvind Kejriwal government on February 13 ordered a magisterial inquiry into the incident.
The Delhi Police on Monday admitted on Monday before the Delhi High Court that “it has no video footage” which could show that JNU student union chief Kanhaiya Kumar, arrested on sedition charges, was shouting anti-national slogans.
The high court said it would pass the order on Kanhaiya Kumar’s bail plea on Wednesday.
Justice Pratibha Rani reserved the order on the bail plea and asked Delhi Police about the JNU Students Union president’s active role during the protest.
“Do you have video evidence that Kanhaiya was raising anti-national slogans?” asked the court at which Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tushar Mehta, appearing for police, denied of having any video in this regard.
At this, the court pulled up Delhi Police for not showing any evidence where Kanhaiya Kumar could be seen raising anti-national slogans. It also asked why police officers who were present there did not take any action.
“Event was on February 9. SHO was stationary at the JNU gate. When your three policemen were present there inside the campus in civil dress, why don’t they take cognizance when anti-national slogans were raised? Why did not they video record it? Why you waited for Zee News video?” asked the court.