Baramulla Encounter: House Owner Goes ‘Missing’

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Srinagar- The owner of the house in which two militants including a local young ace footballer were killed in an encounter on Thursday has gone missing, his family said on Friday.

They said that the owner, Mehraj-ud-Din Qazi son of Ghulam Nabi Qazi of Wanigam Baramulla, has been missing from last two days.

“He is missing from last two days. We searched him everywhere but to no avail. We are now filing a missing report with the police,” said Syed Aijaz Ahmad Bukhari, brother-in-law of the missing person, according to news agency GNS.

He said that Qazi is a 40-year-old businessman who deals with fruits and has two children besides wife.

At the time filing this report, the family was on the way to the police station to file the missing report.

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