“I do not think he was beaten up. There was lot of jostling. We expected jostling." Newspeak, by Delhi Police Commissioner Bassi.
— Naintara Maya Oberoi (@naintaramaya) February 17, 2016
Parlour game: Scan your Twitter timeline; see how many posts you have to scroll through to find someone — journalist, politician, businessman, apologist — asking, “Where is the proof Kanhaiya Kumar was assaulted today?” “All those people, all those cameras, where is the proof?”
Therefore, Exhibit 2:
'We may place on record that the accused was manhandled.' pic.twitter.com/2TPC19W25P
— Rohan Venkat (@RohanV) February 17, 2016
This, from the report by the court-appointed committee that looked into today’s events, submitted in court as part of the official official record.