Sign up for our Newsletter. Witnesses had earlier told Al Jazeera the attacks on Sunday were carried out by ABVP members, a charge the right-wing student outfit has denied. On Monday, it filed a case against unidentified people on charges of rioting and damaging property. Ghosh was among at least 31 other students injured on Sunday when the mob of about 50 masked people raided the New Delhi-based university, attacking students and teachers with iron rods, sticks and sledgehammer and vandalising property. Critics say the legislation goes against India's secular constitution, but Modi says the new law is intended to help "persecuted" minorities. Kavita Krishnan, a left-wing leader and JNU alumnus, dubbed the police case against Ghosh "outrageous".
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