Kejriwal incites JNU students to protest at India Gate, Delhi Police detain Ahmed’s mother

New Delhi: On Sunday, students of Jawaharlal Nehru University protested against the government near India Gate over missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed. Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal urged JNU students to take their protest over the missing of Najeeb 20 days ago to India Gate to spur the government into action.


Kejriwal told students at JNU that Najeeb will come back only with the help of the power of people. I appeal to all of you that we will have to take this movement out of JNU campus and bring it into the mainstream.

Addressing students at the campus of JNU, Kejriwal said that Let’s sit at India Gate and appeal to the entire country to fight for Najeeb. I am with you and will join you in the protest.

In the wake of the protest by the JNU students, the Delhi Police imposed the Section 144 near the Indian Gate.


It seems that Kejriwal is using the JNU students against the NDA Government. Kejriwal got a issue against the central government and he uses it with full throttle.

Kejriwal said that the day Modi ji realises that the vote of youths is slipping away, Najeeb will come back. Kejriwal also accused the BJP of polarizing the society.

Kejriwal also added that the BJP wants the society to be divided into Hindus and Muslims. We will have to tell people that they are not loyal to anyone be it Hindu or Muslim.

Delhi CM plays the dirty politics. He even does not think that what he is speaking.

Kejriwal said that the message is very clear. Whoever raises voice against the BJP will either be killed or disappear. None of you are doing a favour by fighting for Najeeb.

Today, CM of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal said that President Pranab Mukherjee had promised to seek a report from the Union Home Ministry on the student missing for over three weeks. Kejriwal tweeted that the President gave the assurance when the Aam Aadmi Party leader called on him.

Kejriwal said that he sought the intervention of President regarding Najeeb Ahmed, who went missing from the university on 15th October after a tiff with alleged members of the BJP-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad.

But, ABVP has denied any involvement in his disappearance.

Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma had doubled the award money to Rs 2 lakh for information about the JNU student on 4th November 2016.

The Delhi Police said that all out efforts were made to trace the missing Ahmed.

Police teams have visited Ajmer, Kota, Rae Bareli, Roorkee, Faizabad, Azamgarh and Badaun in search of Ahmed.

Ahmed is  a 1st year MSc Biotechnology student in JNU and stayed in Mahi Hostel and hailed from Badayun in Uttar Pradesh.