Viral video girl from JNU violence identified as DU student (Komal Sharma)

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Komal Sharma is an ABVP activist and a student of Daulat Ram College

The Special Investigation Team has identified the viral video girl from JNU violence after India Today exposed the masked girl. The girl wearing a check shirt, light blue scarf and carrying a stick, seen in the videos of JNU violence is identified as Delhi University Student. The police have not revealed the name yet. News Agency ANI reported that the girl will be soon served a notice to join the Delhi police in the investigation.

This comes after various social media claims and sting operation by India Today’s special investigation team. The masked girl was seen in one of the viral videos of the violence inside the JNU campus on 5th January. Several Twitter accounts mainly belonging to Left claimed that the girl’s name was Komal Sharma.

A senior revealed the identity of Komal Sharma

India Today in its investigation found Komal Sharma as an ABVP activist and a student of Delhi University’s Daulat Ram College. One of the seniors of Komal Sharma revealed the identity of Komal Sharma via Instagram. In the audio uploaded by her senior, Komal Sharma is heard requesting her to not expose her identity as her videos and stills have gone viral.

Komal Sharma is heard saying, “Please do not tell anyone as my photos are going viral… please don’t tell anyone that you had seen me” in the audiotape released by her senior.

Akshat Awasthi who was earlier exposed by India Today also revealed the identity of JNU.  Akshat Awasthi, a first-year student of JNU and an ABVP activist confessed to mobilizing the mob and participating in it during the JNU attack.

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He said, “Komal Sharma was there in the mess. Komal Sharma was secretly trying to enter the mess when the crowd approached. When I entered the mess, Komal was scared… as she thought I was from the left… I told her… I am from your side.”

The Delhi Police’s crime branch has so far sent notices to 49 people including the Rohit Shah and Akshat Awasthi.

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