JNU violence: Aishe Ghosh hits back after Delhi Police identify her as suspect
Aishe Ghosh, the JNU students’ union president was named by Delhi Police as one of the nine suspects identified by them in connection with three criminal cases registered by the police. Ghosh, the student leader who was allegedly thrashed by masked hooligans on Sunday evening, was part of one of the groups that attacked students at Periyar hostel at about 3.45 pm, the police said. Ghosh promptly hit back at Delhi Police, describing the police attempt to pin the blame on them as an effort to build “a false narrative” for the ruling party. “We are not afraid and we will not budge. False narrative being created,” she told reporters.