Najeeb Ahmed was a leftist Pakistani student activist who was murdered in 1990.
Born to a Muhajir family in Karachi, Ahmed was a PSF (student wing of PPP) leader in Karachi and president of PSF, Karachi division. He is dubbed the "iron man" of the PSF.
At University of Karachi, Najeeb Ahmed had a few scuffles with policemen posted at the university. He then led PSF into a number of clashes with APMSO the student wing of MQM, before being arrested. Najeeb Ahmed had been leading PSF at the university since 1986, by 1988 he had emerged as the student organisation's top man in Karachi.
In Karachi Najeeb Ahmed was popularly acclaimed as the Quaid-e-Talba (Leader of students) and has become a symbol of bravery for PSF activists all over Pakistan.
On April 6, 1990, Najeeb Ahmed was gunned down by unknown people in North Nazimabad area. He died a few days later at the hospital.
Due to the violence no student union elections were held in 1990 in Karachi and the rest of Sindh.