New Delhi : JNU student Najeeb Ahmed who is missing since October 14 after attacked by ABVP activists during a mess election campaign at Mahi-Mandvi hostel. From the next day, he was not found. According to students, he left the hostel without his wallet, mobile and even his footwear.
His mother who lives in U. P. traveled to Delhi on 15th October morning after Najeeb Ahmed called him and informed about the incident at midnight. When she reached JNU she was informed that Najeeb is missing since morning. She has filled a missing person FIR in police.
His mother said: “My son is missing, but the boys who attacked him are roaming freely. What sort of a situation is this?”
After being slammed for saying that the matter had been “resolved” and calling Najeeb an accused in the incident, the university in a statement on Tuesday said it was making all efforts to resolve the incident that took place at Mahi-Mandavi Hostel. “The Delhi Police have been approached to investigate the matter and the administration is regularly in communication with them. All PCR vans in Delhi and all senior superintendents of police throughout India have been alerted, and efforts are being made to trace the student,” informed the university.
JNU added that the police had intimated all six neighbouring States and put up information about Najeeb on Zip-net in northern zone. Besides this, all relevant central agencies, including the NCRB (National Crime Record Bureau) and the missing section of the Central Bureau of Investigation have been requested for help. The university has also initiated a Proctorial inquiry to investigate the incident and has reached out to students to maintain peace on campus. JNU added that it was “highly concerned that some vested interests are trying to vitiate the atmosphere on campus at a time when the administration is focusing on tracing Najeeb”.
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