According to the latest finding in the missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed case, officials of the Delhi Police have collected reports that show that he was searching for information on the Islamic States (IS). The reports have revealed the browsing history of Najeeb, that shows that he was collecting information about the ideology, network and executions of the Islamic State from Google and Youtube before his disappearance. According to media reports, the search history of the missing JNU student also included ways in which one could join the IS and his most viewed videos on Youtube were all related to the Islamic State.
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All the details have been submitted in the Delhi High Court. According to the Delhi Police, on October 14, Najeeb before getting into a fight with the members of ABVP, he was watching a video speech of an IS leader. A day after his fight, he went missing before being caught boarding an auto rickshaw on CCTV. Counter-intelligence agency are helping the local police in the investigation, Najeeb Ahmed’s photographs have been put in several places in UP and also in close by areas of Nepal. According to police reports, the missing JNU students was on medication for obsessive compulsive disorder since 2012 and was prescribed Flunil (20mg) to treat depression and OCD and Zolfresh (5mg) was prescribed to induce sleep. He was also prescribed with Lonazep by the doctors to treat fits, panic attacks and agoraphobia.
Earlier this year in January, Najeeb’s family received a ransom call but it was found out later that the caller was just trying to get some money.
However speaking about the case, Chief Spox Delhi Police on the Najeeb Ahmed Case today said, “Any association with ISIS has not come up in Delhi Police’s investigation.”