JNU internal probe panel heads towards rough phase | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

Sources also told dna, that the findings might be submitted on Wednesday and would be signed by the VC of the varsity even though questions on the credentials of the findings of the committee have been raised and the committee continues to be at the receiving end ever since it was formed last month.

“Two members of the committee have refused to sign on the findings of the committee as they believe that the way probe was carried was not proper. The fact eight students were debarred within hours of setting up of committee shows the haphazard way the team proceeded to probe the incident,” said an official source.

The committee that was initially supposed to submit its report by February 25 has been given three extension and is now supposed to submit its report by March 11.

JNU internal probe panel heads towards rough phase | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

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