NIA questions PAU student, seizes electronic devices
NIA interrogates PAU student, seizes phone and laptop in investigation
On Friday morning, officials from the National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted a two-hour questioning session with a student at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU). This event unfolded at a hostel within the university's campus. University officials, including the hostel warden and director of student welfare, were present during the interrogation. The NIA team also confiscated the student's mobile phone and laptop for further examination before departing.
Early morning visit and investigation
The NIA team's visit to PAU commenced at approximately 5:30 AM on Friday, when they initiated their inquiry into the student. The questioning continued until 7:30 AM. During this period, no other students were allowed to enter the hostel where the interrogation took place.
University officials and NIA have not disclosed any details regarding the subject of the interrogation or the reasons behind it. The nature of the investigation remains shrouded in mystery.
Origin of the student
The student in question hails from West Bengal, but the circumstances that led to his questioning by the NIA remain undisclosed.
This incident has raised questions and concerns within the university community due to the secrecy surrounding the NIA's visit and the confiscation of the student's electronic devices. However, until more information emerges, the exact nature and implications of this development remain unclear.