Missing Srinagar Boy Announces Joining Militant Ranks

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Srinagar: A missing youth from central Kashmir’s Srinagar district has reportedly joined militant ranks.

According to news agency KDC the young boy, identified as Irfan Ahmad Sofi Son of Nazir Ahmad Sofi, resident of Natipora area of uptown Srinagar, went missing on December 14 this month, the day when militants shot dead a PSO of a PDP leader in the area (Natipora). After disappearance a missing report was lodged at Police Post Chanapora, according to his family.

On Thursday evening, an audio message purportedly of Saqib went viral on social media, which announced his joining into militant ranks.

In the audio message Irfan can be heard urging his parents “Not to search for him as he has chosen the way of Allah and is safe.”

Meanwhile a police official said that they are verifying the authenticity of the audio. (KDC)

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