Another Mother Makes Appeal For Her Son To Abandon Militancy

Srinagar—A family from South Kashmir’s Pulwama district appealed their son who according to them has recently joined militant ranks to return back to his home.

Adil Bilal Bhat (21) of Malangpora area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district according to his family members who arrived here in Press Enclave Srinagar said that Adil disappeared from his house on 7 October last month and after few day’s his photograph with an assault rifle appeared on social media, indicating he has joined militant outfit.

Haseena Akhtar, the mother of the alleged militant said she is a heart patient and needs the help of her son.

“I earnestly appeal to my son to return back and I also appeal to militant commanders to send Adil back,” she said.

We lodged a missing report at police station Pulwama, but after few days his photograph with an assault rifle appeared on social media. We came to know Adil has joined militant outfit Hizbul Mujhadeen, Haseena Akhtar said.

Adil , the son of a police man has a younger brother and a sister.

According to his father Adil is religious minded and he has little hope that he will return back.

“Police has assured us that family will be informed if he gets trapped in any encounter, but we don’t believe he will surrender that time,” said Bilal Ahmed.

The wailing parents made an emotional appeal to his son to return back to family. (CNS)

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