21 Year Old Youth Goes Missing In Pulwama

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PULWAMA — A young stu­dent from Awantipora town of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district has gone missing while his family through social me­dia has been making vehement appeals to him to return to home as they believe that he has joined militant ranks.

A police official said that it will be premature to say any­thing at this stage. “Family has lodged a missing report at police station and we have started investigation,” the of­ficial told CNS.

Ghulam Muhammad Wani, the father of missing youth Tajamul alias Sharik who hails from Hariparigam said that his son left home on Sun­day morning and didn’t return. “We are afraid that he might have joined militant ranks but at the same time we are hope­ful about his return,” he added.

“We have been sharing his photographs with a message on social media appealing him to come back. The health of his mother has deteriorat­ed and hospitalized,” he said.

The 21 year old missing youth is a final year student of BSc Lab Technology. (CNS)

 

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