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From defensive to offensive, ABVP alleges communist may have hidden Najeeb for political gains

When the Delhi Police, JNU Administration and JNU Student Union are toiling hard to find the mysteriously missing M.Sc student Najeeb Ahmad, on Friday Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) leader Saurabh Sharma has added a controversy in the scenario through his facebook post.

Sharma posted five points of his statement made on Zee News Channel, where he said: “The chance are high the communists might have hidden Najeeb Ahmad somewhere for political gains. In the 9 February incident Anirbaan and Umar Khalid were missing first then they appeared in the campus. To find Najeeb  all the hostels and residence of professors should be searched.”

But Sharma didn’t ended here as according to him, through Najeeb’s issue communist backed student unions are trying to create communal environment in the campus. “They are not presenting Najeeb as a student instead he was being propagated on the basis of religion he belongs. Just before Bihar elections Dadri case was build up, now for UP elections they want to make Najeeb an issue.”

He also leveled allegations on JNUSU President Mohit Pandey and AISA Member Qasim for changing their statements on Najeeb. Earlier they admitted Najeeb slapped ABVP worker first but now both have changed the statements. An enquiry should be conducted.

This post by ABVP leader has again sparked controversy in the campus where protest for safe return of Najeeb was underway since eight days. Najeeb’s sister Sadaf and his mother has stationed in the campus from couple of days and pledged not to leave without Najeeb Ahmad from JNU campus.

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