JNU student goes missing from campus, Delhi police begins investigation

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In 2016, a JNU scholar, Najeeb Ahmed, had gone missing.

IGNOU's research unit director, Kaustuva Barik also confirmed that the student was registered with them."The student is registered with us and we hope for his quick return", he said.

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Another Jawaharlal Nehru University student goes missing from university campus. He had told his friends that he was going somewhere.

Police said: "As per the leads, we have received from JNU administration, he is no more enrolled there and has completed his PhD from their department of Life Sciences".

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Preliminary investigation has revealed that Mukul was dating a fellow student. However, giving in to his family's pressure, Jain ended the relationship recently, and was upset over it.

He was reportedly last seen on Monday, when he visited the JNU campus to use a laboratory. After seeing the CCTV footage, the family members registered a case at Vasant Vihar police station. After missing report, the management has sent out a notice asking anyone to notify the security staff of any known whereabouts. "There is no suspect in this case", a police officer said. According to his friends, Mukul left his wallet and mobile phone which was later found in laboratory number 408 of SLS. Earlier, it was reported that he was a student of JNU.

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In 2016, a first-year MSc student at JNU, Najeeb Ahmed, went missing under mysterious circumstances after he allegedly got into a fight with members of the RSS-backed Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP).

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