The Jammu and Kashmir administration, in an affidavit to the Supreme Court, said that Soz was 'never detained nor under house arrest' and there are 'no restrictions on his movement'. Soz, however, has something else to say.
The Delhi government’s home department was requested to grant permission to prosecute Kanhaiya who, along with several more students, was accused of sedition after “anti-India” slogans were allegedly shouted during a protest in JNU in 2016, say sources.
After the tough Gujarat polls and Rajasthan drubbing, in the duo’s last mile dash, Modicare, MSP, even DeMo will all be ammunition to snipe at the Congress’s scam skeletons. But BJP insiders agree it is not an easy task.