Kejriwal goes to Mayapuri police station, meets Najeeb’s mother

New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today rushed to Mayapuri police station, where mother of the missing JNU student was taken, and camped there till she reached the university after release.

Kejriwal also met the students of the university who were detained. Earlier, he also met President Pranab Mukherjee and expressed concern over the tense situation in JNU.

The Chief Minister tweeted that he was going to Mayapuri Police station as soon as news spread that Najeeb Ahmed’s mother Fatima Nafees was detained there.

“Reached Mayapuri police stn. Police saying she has been sent home in a police van. Will wait here till she reaches home.

“Najeeb’s mother reached home. Spoke to her on phone. She is fine. Am leaving the police stn now. Urge police to quickly find Najeeb,” Kejriwal said in a series of tweets.

He also vented his ire against Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying “It is obvious police doesn’t act it own, it follows its bosses. Earlier Congress tortured people taking shelter behind police now Modi is doing the same. Hay lagegi apko (you will be cursed)”.