A Delhi Court on Monday allowed the CBI's plea on early hearing on its application seeking the consent of 9 students for lie detection test in connection with JNU student Najeeb Ahmed who has been missing since last year.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal posted the matter for next hearing on November 10. He sought the response of nine students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on the central probe agency's application.
Najeeb, a first-year MSc Biotechnology student, has been missing from the Mahi Mandavi hostel in JNU since October 16, 2016.
JNU student Najeeb case: Delhi court allows CBI's plea on early hearing on application seeking consent of 9 students for lie detection test— ANI (@ANI) October 30, 2017
The CBI, in its plea, had sought an early hearing on its application seeking the consent of nine students for a lie detection test regarding the disappearance of Najeeb in October last year.
JNU student Najeeb Ahmed case: Delhi Court seeks response of 9 JNU students on CBI application seeking their consent for a lie detector test— ANI (@ANI) October 30, 2017
The CBI had on October 16 approached the court seeking early hearing of its plea seeking the consent of the suspect students for a polygraph test. (With PTI Inputs)