JNU Students’ Union leader Kanhaiya Kumar was released on bail on Thursday after his lawyers furnished the bond for Rs 10,000 at a magistrate court in Delhi.
The news of his release from Tihar jail was met with huge celebrations at his house in Begusarai in Bihar.
His mother once again maintained that her son was not anti national.
She told ANI, “I have full faith in his upbringing. I’ve always said that my son was not anti-national. He should have been acquitted of all charges long ago.”
Meanwhile, the JNU campus is extremely tense following ABVP’s plan to counter a proposed victory march by Kanhaiya supporters.
More to come