Search Operation To Find Missing Student Of JNU By Delhi Police
By MEHER ONISA : 20-Dec-2016
On Monday over 600 police personnel along with the sniff dogs squad conducted a search operation in the JNU campus to trace the missing student Najeeb who was can suddenly vanished from the University compound.
The Delhi High Court urged Delhi Police's Crime Branch to deploy all the powers to hunt out the lost JNU pupil.
The High Court suggested exploiting the detecting dogs in scanning the entire university including hostels, classrooms and rooftops, and water sump.
The court also directed the top sleuths of the Crime Branch to frisk Jamia Millia Islamia University in southeast Delhi for finding the missing one.
The sniffer dogs were taken to the JNU’s Mahi-Mandvi hostel where Najeeb stayed. The detecting dogs were made to sniff Najeeb's clothes after which they were left to move around the campus till late in the evening.
On Monday, the Crime Branch department had deployed more than 600 personnel in the search operation scanning all the hostels, residential places, academic institutional blocks and forested area.
Optionally, the senior police officials of the Crime Branch are mulling options to conduct lie detector tests on ABVP students with whom Najeeb Ahmed reportedly had a raw and the rough scuffle on the night of October 15.
The Monday's human hunt was undertaken along with 12 of the ACP chiefs, 30 inspectors and 60 sub-inspectors.