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Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, eight others charged with sedition; Delhi Police submits chargesheet three years after JNU event

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Kanhaiya Kumar has questioned the timing of the Delhi Police's chargesheet in the JNU case, pointing out that the Centre's is making a number of moves ahead of the elections.
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