New Delhi: JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar on Friday vowed to continue struggle for scrapping of the sedition law under which he and two other PhD scholars of the university were arrested last month in connection with a controversial event.He said all parties and people supporting democracy must come forward to demand abolishing the British law.
Welcoming bail granted to Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya , Kanhaiya said.those who are supporting democracy should come together. It will be a long battle. “We have been given the bail. We will go on with our struggle to ensure that the sedition law is scrapped,” he added
Umar and Anirban, arrested last month on charges of sedition for their involvement in a controversial event organised to protest hanging of Afzal Guru, were today granted interim bail for six months by a Delhi court on ground of parity with Kanhaiya.
“I have been to jail. I know what it feels to be there. I am glad our comrades will be back but the struggle will continue,” said Kanhaiya.
Kanhaiya, who was also arrested on charges of sedition in connection with the February 9 event at the JNU, was granted bail earlier this month.Top Bureau