People in large numbers were seen visiting the kiosks that have come up outside mosques this Friday. The campaign has been launched by Okhla-headquartered SIO.
In many mosques, announcement too was made urging residents to sign so that pressure could be mounted on the government to expedite hunt to locate Najeeb Ahmad, a JNU student, who went missing after a brawl on the campus with alleged ABVP members in middle of October.
The family members have been peacefully protesting all these months. Moreover, for some days they were camped in New Delhi’s Zakir Nagar taking out protest rally and meeting senior politicians, including Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Also, the family members met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal too.
But all their efforts have not yielded any positive results with the whereabouts of Najeeb continuing to be a mystery. Police too have raised the prize amount to Rs 10 lakh to be given to people who share information about Najeeb.
It was only a few days ago when reports surfaced of a Najeeb lookalike being detained for questioning. However, it was found that he was not Najeeb. All out efforts are on to located Najeeb, with several peaceful rallies being held in several parts of India, including Uttar Pradesh.