No trace of missing student, clamour for probe by SIT.
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No trace of missing student, clamour for probe by SIT.

NEW DELHI: Different studentgroups continued their protest on Sunday on the issue of Najeeb Ahmed, who has beenmissing for nine days now from the Jawaharlal Nehru University. Meanwhile, JNUadministration has again appealed to JNU Students’ Union not to politicise the matter and cooperate.

Earlier in the day, NSUI activists marched to the residence of home minister Rajnath Singh and demanded court monitored SIT to investigate the case. “We have strong reasons to believe that the ministry will shield the culprits and so demand setting up of a court monitored SIT with time bound investigation,” they said.

Meanwhile, JNUSU has called for a protest, asking the students to join the human chain from administrative block to the residence of the vice chancellor. The protest ended with a solidarity public meeting with teachers and other JNU communities.

The JNU administration in a fresh appeal stated: “The administration appeals to the elected office bearers of the JNUSU to support the efforts by the administration to find Najeeb Ahmed and keep away from unlawful methods of protests.” The students had confined the top brass of the university in the administration block for nearly 20 hours from October 19 to 20.
The statement added, “Unlawful protests, as we have seen in the illegal seize of the administration building, are not the appropriate methods to find Najeeb.”

The JNUSU has called for a national protest day on Monday, when they will march from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar and send a delegation to meet the LG, National Human Rights Commissions as well as the National Minority Commission.

Source: timesofindia