Another student goes missing from JNU campus

Following series of missing, JNU PhD scholar Mukul Jain nowhere to be found

26-year-old JNU student Mukul Jain goes missing from campus, Delhi Police begins probe

New Delhi, named Mukul Jain, went missing on Monday.

He was last spotted by a CCTV camera installed at the east gate around 12.30 pm on Monday. "We have been in touch with police since Monday night", said Jain's elder sister Shilpi.

Jain, pursuing PhD from the IGNOU under the supervision of a JNU professor, used to attend lab number 408 at the JNU's School of Life Sciences.

Photographs of Mukul Jain were circulated on social media, in an attempt to help locate the youth, although Najeeb Ahmed is still yet to be found after almost 2 years. Jain is a resident of Ghaziabad. He used to visit lab number 408 at the school for his research objective and was last seen leaving the campus on Monday. However, giving in to his family's pressure, Jain ended the relationship recently, and was upset over it.

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The police, however, do not suspect any foul play. "We have registered a missing complaint and have initiated a probe". He left his wallet and mobile phone at the laboratory, the police said.

Jain was not a regular student of JNU and it is unlikely that he had a problem with someone, said a senior police officer.

Sources in JNU administration said, "There was also no report of scuffle or any other such incident reported on the day". He had a guide in IGNOU and a co-guide in JNU.

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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