Missing JNU student: President Pranab Mukherjee steps in, seeks MHA report

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New Delhi | Updated: Nov 06, 2016 8:45 PM

The President is said to have intervened in the matter and asked for report on the missing student from Ministry of Home Affairs

The President is said to have intervened in the matter and asked for report on the missing student from Ministry of Home Affairs (PTI) The President is said to have intervened in the matter and asked for report on the missing student from Ministry of Home Affairs (PTI)

The case of missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed has taken a serious turn and seems to have awaken the central administration of the country on Sunday evening. Following the protests by members of JNU student community at India gate, Chief Minister (CM) of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal had met the President of India Pranab Mukherjee and apprised him about the incident and explained him about the seriousness of the issue.

The President is said to have intervened in the matter and asked for report on the missing student from Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). In his meeting with the president Kejriwal had handed over a letter detailing about the events preceeding the missing of Najeeb Ahmed.

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In his letter the Delhi CM has expressed his deep concern over the issue and urged the president to intervene in the capacity of a visitor to the central university.

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