JNU row: Sisodia disagrees with Kanhaiya Kumar's allegations against Army jawans

New Delhi: A day after Kanhaiya Kumar alleged that some Indian Army jawans rape women in Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday disagreed with the JNUSU president's remarks.

"I completely disagree with Kanhaiya's remarks against Indian Army jawans," said the journalist-turned-politician while addressing a group of students at media institute ISOMES annual fest 'Manthan'.

On Wednesday, Kanhaiya had alleged, "In Kashmir, some Army jawans rape women."

When asked about JNU row and JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar's arrest, Sisodia said his government launched a magisterial inquiry into the case and kept the facts before the court. 

Pointing out that his government didn't lend support to Kanhaiya, Sisodia asserted that it was the court's decision to grant him bail. 

Responding to a student's query on Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's event on the banks of Yamuna river, Sisodia said such events glorify the national capital globally. 

News24 Bureau