Missing JNU Student case: Police plans to seek psychiatrist help

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Missing JNU Student case: Police plans to seek psychiatrist help
Najeeb Ahmed

Missing JNU Student case : Delhi police seeks the opinion of the psychiatrist to trace missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed


Delhi Police is now planning to seek an opinion of psychiatrist from AIIMS or from the RML Hospital to chalk out a plan in order trace the missing JNU student case.

The missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed (27) is missing since October 15 following an on-campus scuffle, which was alleged by some members of the ABVP members the night before. In a statement given to police, a doctor from VIMHANS who had been treating Najeeb has said he was suffering from “OCD with depression”.

Missing JNU Student case: Police plans to seek psychiatrist help
Najeeb Ahmed’s Mother

“We are working on many of the tracks in this missing JNU student case but currently the psychiatric angle seems to be the most prominent in our probe,” a senior police officer said.

Experts also said that people suffering from OCD and also from depression tend to rescue themselves and even later leave their family members if they feel that there is a lot of brouhaha over something related to them, he said.

Police to also discuss with friend & family about Najeeb

“While bearing this aspect in mind, we will be also asking Najeeb’s mother, other family members and the university administration to further stay calm and not create much noise over his disappearance so as to scare him away,” the officer said.

Missing JNU Student case: Police plans to seek psychiatrist help
Najeeb Ahmed

Following a discussion with his family members, police will also be now involve a mental health expert from AIIMS or RML hospital.

“From the statements given by the warden, his roommate and the doctor and also from the medicines found from his room, it is clear that had been some medical issues with the missing JNU student Najeeb. They have certainly given us a potent postulate in order to have a meaningful interaction with a psychiatrist,” the officer said.

The police officer has also mentioned that the case has given a unique challenge to them and it is probably the first time that they are doing some psychoanalytic profiling of a missing person in a case.

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