New Delhi, November 9: Failing to trace the whereabouts of a missing Jawaharlal Nehru University Student for 25 days, Delhi police has come up with a highly lame explanation that the 28 year old, probably was “depressed” enough after the debacle with students on the night of October 14 that he may have resorted to a fake identity to survive later on.
Herein, as pervert the explanation about the medical condition of Najeeb Ahmed appears to be, as is wearing off fake identity in the JNU campus. Is it so easy for a student in the campus to miss the gates as per the Delhi Police?
A student goes missing after the scuffle with the political wing of the ruling party is something Delhi Police is missing in its far reaching nodes of explanation.
Going by the medical opinions, cops say, the one who suffers from depression and obsessive compulsive disorder can distance himself from everyone, including the family members if they want. Now fitting this theory to a case where administration is clueless is a real shocker for the public. Had the condition of Najeeb was so bad, why this was not highlighted in the first place? Why did cops looked at this angle only after 24 days?
Reportedly police teams are already on hunt to identify a person resembling the missing student in small town in Darbhanga district of Bihar.
Najeeb Ahmed, an MSc student of the School of Biotechnology, JNU, is missing since October 15 after an on-campus fight with the members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on October 14.
“After a scuffle with ABVP members, Najeeb reportedly felt depressed and did not sleep a wink that night. He was so upset that he called his mother, crying, telling her that he would leave the hostel soon. His mother, who was aware of his condition, asked him to stay put till she reached the hostel,” said police.
However, Najeeb’s mother Fatima Nafees has totally denied these allegations and said he was fit. “The police are making this up because they are unable to find my son,” she added.