The protesters demanded that the Home Ministry expedite the process of finding Najeeb Ahmed, a first year MSc student who went missing after and alleged brawl with a few ABVP workers.
About 200 students from the Jawaharlal Nehru University were detained by the Delhi police today after the students held a demonstration, broke barricades and clashed with the police. The students held the march in support of justice for Najeeb Ahmad, a missing JNU student.
“We were misguided by the police. We wanted to hold a peaceful demonstration at the Ministry of Home Affairs but the police made us go to Jantar Mantar instead”, said Shatrupa, General Secretary of the JNUSU.
The students shouted slogans against the Delhi Police and continued their protest even as they were detained at the Parliament Street Police Station in the capital.
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