A top cop of Delhi police informed that they did not find any links of ISIS with the missing students.
On Monday, a Delhi court had said it will decide on March 27 whether nine JNU students can be asked by Delhi Police to give their consent for lie detector test in a case relating to the varsity's missing student Najeeb Ahmed.
Any association with ISIS has not come up in Delhi Police's investigation: Dependra Pathak, Chief Spox Delhi Police on Najeeb Ahmed Case pic.twitter.com/H63Wk4NAaw— ANI (@ANI_news) March 21, 2017
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sumit Dass, who was scheduled to pass the order today, had deferred the matter saying that the order was not ready.
The court had on March 15 reserved its order after the counsel appearing for the students submitted that the "lie detector test is unconstitutional and illegal unless it is voluntary".