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Kanhaiya Kumar beaten by lawyers at Patiala House Court, sent to 14 days of judicial custody

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JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, arrested on sedition charges, was allegedly beaten up by lawyers on Wednesday while he was being produced at Patiala House court. Despite the Supreme Court putting restrictions on who can enter the court during his appearance, a group of lawyers assembled inside the complex shouting slogans. The lawyers have also allegedly beaten up a journalist and student.

Taking note of fresh ‘violence’ at Patiala House, the apex court have appointed a five-member team to assess the ground situation and report back to it. The top Court on also asked Delhi Police commissioner BS Bassi to submit an explanation by tomorrow on his failure to ensure law and order at Patiala House today. The court asked Bassi to take responsibility or else its would issue orders to stop the law and order situation at Patiala court from spiraling out of control

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