Two young people on Thursday demanded involvement in the murderous assault on student leader Umar Khalid in central Delhi on Monday, in a video cut that went viral on social media.
Identifying themselves as Darvesh Shahpur and Naveen Dalal from Haryana, they said they would surrender Friday to the police in a gurdwara at the house of freedom fighter Kartar Singh Sarabha. However, there was no exact place by the two.
"Although we respect the Supreme Court, the Constitution of India and the judiciary, we ask the government to change the law so that anti-nationals such as Umar Khalid can be punished." Anti-national gangs in the Jawaharlal Nehru University, of which Khalid is a part, is an atmosphere of vitality in the country, we have to stop them, "said one of the two men in the video.
" We are responsible for the attack on Khalid (outside Constitution Club) that was meant as a gift to our countrymen before the Independence Day. We appeal to the police not to punish innocent youths for our crime, "she added.
Khalid posted a photo on Twitter of one of the young people with a similar expression and claimed to point to the attacker. 19659002] "The person who attacked me (right) …. No further comments," he wrote next to the photograph.
"A team from Delhi Police Special Cell takes the help of cyber experts to find the location and source of the regarding video track research the case from all major angles and have some strong clues, "Deputy Police Commissioner PS Kushwah told IANS.
Khalid was attacked by an unknown attacker with a revolver on Monday at a teapot outside the Constitution Club
Khalid, accused of raising anti-national slogans in 2016, survived the attack.
The police previously suspected a man running away from the spot in CCTV -images.
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