BJP’s police this justice with a Muslim mother, beats her on missing Najeeb’s issue

najeebNew Delhi: The national capital that has been witnessing a series of agitations in the past few days was scene to another round of protests and detention on Sunday as cops forcibly dispersed a march by students of JNU against the disappearance of their colleague Najeeb Ahmed.

Delhi Police detained around 200 JNU students besides the mother and sister of the missing student and the plot thickened with state chief minister Arvind Kejriwal following the cops to the Mayapuri police station where the mother was being kept.

“I am not in a position to say anything… These people instead of looking for my brother are putting us in jail. I am in the Mandir Marg Police Station right now. The way the policemen were talking to me was uncivilized. Is that how you talk to a woman? They dragged and put me on the bus,” Najeeb’s sister told CNN-News18.

Earlier in the day, CM Kejriwal met President Pranab Mukherjee to raise the issue of disappearance of Najeeb who has been missing for the past 21 days. The President promised to seek a report from home ministry.

“I want to ask Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi — why is he so scared of students,” Kejriwal told reporters. He said that if even half of the policemen deployed on Sunday were used to trace Najeeb, he would have been found by now.

“If you stop the youths, they will get more agitated. I have told you many times, Modi-ji, don’t mess with students,” he later said in a tweet.

In his letter to President Pranab Mukherjee, Kejriwal said, “The fact that Delhi police have not been able to trace the whereabouts of Najeeb raises serious concerns about the law and order situation in the national capital” adding “since ABVP students are involved there is a general perception that the Delhi police are not acting effectively.”

The chief minister also wrote to the President about the ‘problematic’ role played by the Vice Chancellor of JNU, “He has acted in a completely partisan manner by not acting against the ABVP activists who are behind the attack on Najeeb before his subsequent disappearance.”

Incidentally, just a few days ago, it was Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who while addressing a solidarity meeting for the missing student Najeeb Ahmed, had asked students to move their protest outside of the JNU campus to India Gate, the heart of Lutyens’ Delhi

Anticipating trouble, the Delhi Police had cordoned off all roads leading to the arterial India Gate hexagon causing traffic jams throughout the city.


Delhi Police later issued a statement saying they had requested JNU students union in writing not to assemble near India Gate as prohibitory orders u/s 144 CRPC was in force. “NSUI, CYSS and others also joined the call. They were advised to assemble at Jantar Mantar. But in various groups they started assembling around India Gate despite the advisory. Delhi Police at various locations stopped the protesters, dissuaded them to move towards India Gate and were taken to police stations,” the statement said.

Najeeb’s sister Sadaf, mother Fatima and all other detainees were released late in the evening.

Also Read: Police to Share Video of Missing JNU Student on Twitter, News Channel

“No one has been manhandled. A group of JNU students, along with Najeeb’s mother, started assembling near ASI. They were persuaded not to move towards India Gate. They didn’t agree and were adamant to move ahead,” said the statement issued by Delhi police.

“Mrs Fatima Nafees was duly attended to by lady police officers and she is now being dropped to her place,” it added.

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AAP spokesperson Ashutosh criticised the treatment meted out to sister and mother of Najeeb. “This is really shameful if a mother is being beaten up and dragged. Instead of searching for her kid, police are torturing the mother,” Ashutosh said.

Delhi police have reportedly put up close to 20,000 posters in and outside Delhi and more than 150 police personnel are said to be deployed to trace the whereabouts of Najeeb who disappeared after a scuffle with ABVP activists inside the JNU campus.

JNU Students Union General Secretary Satarupa Chakraborty, meanwhile, said they were protesting as no effective action had been taken to find the student who has been missing since October 15.

“The students who beat up Najeeb were called for interrogation only on Saturday. This is too little, too late,” Chakraborty said.

दिल्ली पुलिस पर JNU के लापता स्टूडेंट नजीब की मां को घसीटने का आरोप, फोटो शेयर कर केजरी ने कहा- ‘मोदी जी बहुत हाय लगेगी’


दिल्ली पुलिस पर JNU के लापता स्टूडेंट नजीब की मां को घसीटने का आरोप, फोटो शेयर कर केजरी ने कहा- ‘मोदी जी बहुत हाय लगेगी’

केजरीवाल ने ट्विटर पर नजीब की मां की यह फोटो शेयर की है।

नई दिल्ली.जेएनयू के लापता स्टूडेंट नजीब अहमद का कोई सुराग नहीं मिलने से नाराज साथियों ने रविवार को फिर प्रदर्शन किया। वे इंडिया गेट की तरफ जाना चाहते थे, लेकिन पुलिस ने उन्हें रोक दिया। इस दौरान नजीब की मां फातिमा नफीस समेत कई लोगों को हिरासत में लिया गया। अरविंद केजरीवाल ने पुलिस कार्रवाई का विरोध किया है। उन्होंने ट्विटर पर एक फोटो शेयर किया है, जिसमें दिल्ली पुलिस नजीब की मां को घसीटकर ले जाती दिख रही है। सीएम ने कहा ‘मोदी जी, बहुत हाए लगेगी’…

– केजरीवाल ने फोटो शेयर कर लिखा, ‘नजीब, जो 23 दिन से लापता है, उसकी मां को दिल्ली पुलिस घसीटते हुए। कुछ दिन पहले, जान देने वाले रिटायर्ड फौजी रामकिशन के बेटों को पीटा था। मोदी जी, बहुत हाए लगेगी।’

– फातिमा और बाकी लोगों को पुलिस मायापुरी थाने ले गई। केजरीवाल ने ट्वीट कर बताया कि पुलिस उन्हें घर छोड़ने गई है, लेकिन उनके पहुंचने तक वे थाने के बाहर इंतजार करेंगे।

– नजीब की गुमशुदगी पर रविवार को केजरीवाल ने प्रेसिडेंट प्रणब मुखर्जी को लेटर लिखकर दखल देने की मांग की है। प्रेसिडेंट ने इस मामले में दिल्ली पुलिस और होम मिनिस्ट्री से रिपोर्ट तबल की है।

– नजीब की फैमिली अब तक की पुलिस कार्रवाई पर सवाल उठा रही है।

– कुछ दिन पहले केजरीवाल जेएनयू गए थे। जहां स्टूडेंट्स से इंडिया गेट पर प्रदर्शन करने और एक जुट होने की बात कही थी।

गुमशुदगी का रहस्य बरकरार

– नजीब 15 अक्टूबर से लापता है। कहा जा रहा है कि उसका कुछ स्टूडेंट्स के साथ हॉस्टल में झगड़ा हुआ था।

– इस मुद्दे पर स्टूडेंट्स में खासी नाराजगी है। 19 अक्टूबर को 200 स्टूडेंट्स ने जेएनयू की एडमिनिस्ट्रेटिव बिल्डिंग का घेराव किया था।

– वाइस चांसलर, रेक्टर, प्रॉक्टर और रजिस्ट्रार समेत कई अफसरों को बंधक बना लिया था। वहां से वीसी और दूसरे अधिकारी 24 घंटे बाद ही बाहर निकल सके।

वीसी के घर का भी किया था घेराव

– स्टूडेंट इतने पर भी शांत नहीं हुए और उन्होंने 23 अक्टूबर को वीसी के घर का घेराव किया था।

– हंगामे के बाद राजनाथ सिंह ने दिल्ली पुलिस कमिश्नर को नजीब की खोज के लिए स्पेशल टीम बनाने को कहा था।

– नजीब के बारे में जानकारी देने वाले को 1 लाख रुपए इनाम देने का एलान किया गया है।

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