Have no faith in JNU admin, police: Missing student’s mother
The mother of missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed is anguished on political mudslinging on the issue of disappearance of his son and appealed all to make sincere efforts for his safe recovery.
“These 13 days have not been easy for me and for my family. I just want my son back. I also want that people who attacked him on October 14 must be punished,” said Najeeb’s mother, Fatima Nafees.
His sister Sadaf said: “There was a deliberate attempt to malign the image of his brother and brand him as communal. He was a Science student who was interested in doing well for himself. Having joined in August, he was also new to the campus and to accuse him of getting in violence early on is a ploy to malign his image,”.
In his statement, the JNUSU President Mohit Pandey mentioned that the Vice-Chancellor tried to stop the family from interacting with media, however, as there were lot of wrong
narratives being spread about the character of Najeeb Ahmed and the insensitive treatment by the JNU administration of his family members, it was important that they must provide the right narrative.
“We have no faith in the university administration and the police investigation so far as the varsity officials are spreading ‘misinformation’ and shielding the ‘culprits’. Those who has been named as assaulters are roaming freely. They have not even been questioned,” she said as she broke down.
Slamming the V-C and the committee report, Pandey said: “Even as ABVP student members are involved in physically assaulting Najeeb, no action is still being taken against them. Vikrant, Ankit and Sunil were seen by the witnesses physically assaulting Najeeb.”
In mentioning that Delhi Police were not carrying the investigation process properly, Pandey highlighted that the Delhi Police must also search the large forested area of JNU to trace Najeeb rather than tracking him in Dargahs.