Entire JNU campus searched, still no trace of Najeeb
Search for the missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed came to a halt in the JNU campus after two days of rigorous search operation by a 600-strong police force, mounted cops and sniffer dogs on Monday and Tuesday.
The cops reached the JNU campus early morning on Tuesday to start from where they left on Monday evening. The search continued for several hours and sniffer dogs were seen again sniffing for any clues of the missing biotechnology student.
Earlier on Monday, the Crime Branch team of a DCP and over a dozen ACPs along with inspectors searched nearly 60 per cent of the campus. The remaining part of the wide campus was scanned but yielded no substantial result. The police also plan to do a lie detector test on the suspects who seem to be behind Najeeb’s disappearance.
The police were following orders from the High Court that asked the Delhi Police to press dog squads into action to find any trace of the missing student.
The directions came on the habeas corpus plea by Najeeb’s mother, Fatima Nafees, Najeeb’s mother, moved court to trace her son who has been missing since October 15 after allegedly a scuffle with ABVP students.