Jamshedpur, Feb. 11: Justice For Najeeb has become a voice of youth and its a big national issue today. Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student Najeeb Ahmed went missing on October 15 following an altercation allegedly with members of ABVP inside the university campus.
It has been 110 days since Najeeb went missing but the Delhi Police and JNU management till date have not taken action and is working under the pressure of the BJP led central government.
The incident of Nejeeb Ahmed and Rohit Vemula shows central government’s indifferent attitude towards dalits, adivasis and minority community. As part of the nationwide protest SIOF India and APCR will jointly hold silent protest on Sunday, February 12 from Kajmi Old Purulia Road which would traverse through Zakirnagar, Chepapul, Gandhi Maidan and will culminate at Sakchi Aam Bagan were speakers from different communities.
It may be noted that several protests have been held since Najeeb went missing, Najeeb’s mother and sister have been part of the march to protest against his mysterious disappearance from the campus.
JNU students and teachers have been agitating against the university administration and Delhi Police for their failure to trace Najeeb.