Najeeb’s case ends with no result, mother will approach SC

NEW DELHI: Delhi high court allowed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to file a closure report in the missing case of JNU student Najeeb Ahmad. Now after the HC order, his mother Fatima Nafees, on Monday said, she would take her fight for justice to the Supreme Court, demanding
constitution of a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the case. 

The inconsolable Fatima said, “my faith in the judiciary is intact, and I won’t stop until I get justice. Many people claimed that there was no politics in Najeeb’s disappearance, then why the Delhi Police and CBI failed to get a clue about my son. Had Najeeb assaulted any student, my entire family would have been behind bars,” said Fatima, a native of Badaun in Uttar Pradesh.

A patient of high blood pressure and diabetes, Fatima said her health has been declining due to endless worry about the condition and whereabouts of her son who went missing nearly two years ago.

“As Najeeb went missing on October 15, 2016, I have decided to stage a protest at Mandi
House in Delhi on the second anniversary of his disappearance. Among others, the mothers of Junaid and Rohith Vemula will also join me,” she said.