Ready to Join JNU Attack Investigation: ABVP’s Komal Sharma
Media outlets scanned through a sea of viral images to identify the culprits behind the JNU violence that broke out  on Sunday.
Media outlets scanned through a sea of viral images to identify the culprits behind the JNU violence that broke out on Sunday.(Photo: Altered by The Quint)
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Ready to Join JNU Attack Investigation: ABVP’s Komal Sharma

ABVP member Komal Sharma, who is suspected to be involved in the attack on JNU students and teachers on Sunday, 5 January, has finally come out with a letter to the head of the investigation team, saying that she is ready to join the investigation.

An SIT of the Delhi Police Crime Branch on Thursday, 16 January, summoned three suspects – Akshat, Rohit and Chunchun – to record their statements in connection with JNU violence that took place on 5 January, news agency ANI reported.

On Wednesday, Komal Sharma, who was also one of the suspects, moved National Commission for Women (NCW), complaining that her name has been maligned.

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Ready to Join JNU Attack Investigation: ABVP's Komal Sharma

ABVP member Komal Sharma, who is suspected to be involved in the attack on JNU students and teachers on Sunday, 5 January, has finally come out with a letter to the head of the investigation team, saying that she is ready to join the investigation.

"It is being claimed in the media and social media that I am absconding, which is false, and so I write to you to join the investigation. I can join in for questioning either at the office of the National Commission for Women or at a place and time appropriate to you, which may be communicated to me through this mail," Sharma said.

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