The Delhi Police on Sunday identified the woman, who was with the two masked men allegedly involved in January 5 violence in JNU, as a student of a Delhi University college.
Special Investigation Team (SIT) officials said they will ask the woman to join the probe and identify the two masked men. The officials didn't comment on the woman's political affiliation.
Officials of the Special Investigation Team (SIT), who are probing three cases of violence and vandalism on campus between January 3 and 5, said they will serve a notice to the student Monday, asking her to join the probe and identify the two masked men, seen with her.
“She is a student of Daulat Ram College. Once she joins probe, we will question her about her role in the violence,” said deputy commissioner of police.
SIT officials said they have also identified another JNU student in a video, holding a stick and standing with Vikas Patel, who was among the nine identified on Friday by the police. While handing out images of the nine students, the police had used the wrong photo of Patel, but later shared the correct one. “They will soon ask him to appear before us,” said an SIT official.