6 Missing SKAUST Students Traced

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GANDERBAL — Ganderbal police traced out six students of Agriculture University SKAUST Srinagar, who had gone on a trip to Gangbal lake and had been declared lost in the mountainous area.

Dean, faculty of Fisheries and Dean Students Welfare SKAUST reported that six students of the university left the hostel on 14th of August 2018 without prior permission from university authorities and had not returned back.

Acting swiftly, SSP Ganderbal Khalil Ahmad Poswal constituted a team under the supervision of SHO Ganderbal to trace out the lost students. The team with the help of locals traced the lost students in shortest possible time from Gangbal and handed them safely over to the SKAUST authorities.

VC SKAUST Nazir Ahmad thanked and appreciated Ganderbal Police and for all the help in locating and safely handing over lost students of SKAUST.

 

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