The First Information Report (FIR) in the case mentioned a number of offences, including sedition, unlawful assembly, rioting and promoting enmity.
A "B" report pertains to the winding up of the case.
The ACMM also noted that the complainant (ABVP) did not challenge the complaint, though the police had issued a notice to them.
"The complainant had refused to receive the notice. Complainant called out absent. Hence, objection for 'B' report taken as not filed.
"B report is accepted. Close the case," the ACMM noted.
"This was a case that should never have been registered, given previous Supreme Court rulings on what constitutes sedition.
"It has been a waste of public money and resources, and a distraction from real issues," Aakar Patel, country head of Amnesty India, said.
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