New Delhi: As Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) understudies keep on staging dissents over the missing understudy Najeeb Ahmed, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday addressed Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma and requesting that he present a cover the entire scene.
Then, Delhi Police has declared a money reward of Rs 50,000 on any data on the missing JNU understudy.
JNU keeps on staying tense with understudies dissenting outside the regulatory piece constraining the big bosses of the college to stay put in their workplaces.
But Akhil Bhartiya Vidya Parishad (ABVP), all understudy political gatherings are challenging the organization.
An understudy named Najeeb Ahmed had disappeared on the night of October 14 from the college inn Mahi-Mandvi after a fight with a couple ABVP understudies. From that point forward a police protestation has been recorded under IPC Section 365 and a Proctorial request has been started by the University.
JNUSU president Mohit Pandey said, “We have not unlawfully bound anyone in JNU authoritative building. Power and all sort of provisions are here. We have likewise sent sustenance for individuals inside.”
Aside from Vice-Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar, Rectors one and two and Registrar of the college were said to be bound inside the building.
The assaulted Vice-Chancellor engaged the challenging understudies to give them a chance to out of the building and talk about the matter.
“We speak to the understudies who have physically kept us to stop this and seek exchange. Give us a chance to examine and resolve,” Kumar tweeted from inside the building while understudies stayed assembled outside.
“The barricade is because of the inhumane method for taking care of the matter of Najeeb Ahmed – the savagery against him by ABVP which prompted him missing from the grounds for more than five days now and the JNU organization attempting to shield the offenders while declining to hold up a FIR,” the JNUSU President said. Najeeb Ahmed – the savagery against him by ABVP which prompted him missing from the grounds for more than five days now and the JNU organization attempting to shield the guilty parties while declining to stop a FIR,” the JNUSU President said.