“No direct link” had been found with JNU Students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar with anti-India sloganeering in the JNU campus, said a Delhi government report.
“I have submitted the report to the Delhi government late last (Wednesday) night,” District Magistrate, New Delhi, Sanjay Kumar, told IANS.
Sanjay Kumar refused to divulge the details but an official privy to the report, who did not want to be named, said: “The DM report says they could not find any link between what Kanhaiya said and the anti-India slogans raised at the gathering.
But, the official said that “anti-India slogans were indeed raised in the campus. There is no doubt about it”.
He said that seven videos were sent to Truth Labs, Hyderabad, of which three were found to be doctored. “In those doctored versions, video has been edited and voices added, the official said.”
The report was submitted to the Delhi government late on Wednesday night.
The state government had ordered a magisterial probe into the matter on February 13.
On February 9, a cultural event was organised at JNU to commemorate the hanging of parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.
During the event, anti-India slogans were allegedly raised, following which JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested by Delhi Police on February 12.
Kanhaiya Kumar was granted interim bail for six months by Delhi High Court on Wednesday.