Taking glorification of Parliament attack death convict Afzal Guru and anti-India sloganeering in JNU campus seriously, union home minister Rajnath Singh has ordered the UT division and Delhi Police to get to the bottom of the matter and take strongest possible action.”If anyone raises anti-India slogans, tries to raise question on country’s unity and integrity, they will not be spared. Stringent action will be taken against them,” said Rajnath Singh.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Following home minister’s diktat, Delhi police swung into action and arrested JNU student’s president Kanhaiya on charges of sedition and promptly secured his remand for three days.Keeping a close tab on the developments in JNU, union home secretary Rajiv Mehrishi summoned Delhi police commissioner B S Bassi in the evening and reviewed the action taken by the Delhi Police.Mehrishi, apparently, told Delhi CP to be unsparing against any such incident as soon after the meeting Bassi warned serious action against anybody uttering anti-national statements.”I am warning those who are giving anti-national statements or even thinking to utter such a statement. They will not be spared and would be booked under section 124A of the IPC for sedition for which the jail term can extend from three years to life imprisonment,” said Bassi after meeting the home secretary.

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Centre keeps eagle eyes on JNU