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Justice for Najeeb: Police stops Parliament march

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JNU students and the family members of missing students tried to march from Mandi House to Parliament on Wednesday demanding justice for Najeeb but were stopped midway by Delhi Police.

Fatima Nafees, mother of Najeeb, alleged that her son has been held captive. She said that UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has assured support in finding her son.

“Akhilesh ji has assured me of all help. He said the force (UP Police) would be sent to look for my son. He said Najeeb is child of his state. Shame on Delhi Police that police from UP is coming to find my son,” she said at the protest march.

JNU students union president Mohit Pandey said “you (police) have seen him in Aligarh and Dharbhanga but you are still unable to find him. It has been thirty-eight days since he is missing and yet he is untraceable”.

Former students union president Kanhaiya Kumar and Umar Khalid, a JNU student who was charged with sedition last year, also joined the protest.

While addressing the students at the protest march, Umar said “Why Darbhaga and why AMU? It is a pattern which they are following. Because, it fits the narrative. If you look at trolls they keep saying Najeeb has joined terrorists,” he said.

The protesters agitated against the university administration and police for their failure to find Najeeb Ahmed.

Students also questioned false media narratives and claims by the Police of Najeeb being spotted in some cities.

Najeeb Ahmed, an MSc Bio Technology student, went missing from JNU on October 14, after an altercation with members of ABVP

On November 6, Delhi Police had detained students of JNU, who  protested at the India gate over inaction by the authorities to find Najeeb Ahmed.

The visuals of Najeeb’s mother being dragged in to a bus and a male police officer manhandling female protectors had created a huge outrage against Delhi Police.