3 Students Go Missing In Kupwara, Families Urge Them To Return

Srinagar- Three students from north Kashmir’s Kupwara district have gone missing and their families have appealed to them to return home.

Families of the three students Irfan Mushtaq Wani (studying in 8th class and aged 13-years) son of Mushtaq Ahmad Wani of Kawari Kupwara, Nasir Fayaz Dar (12th class, 18-years-old) son of Fayaz Ahmad Dar of Woskura Handwara and Bilal Ahmad Dar Wani (11th standard student, 17-year-old) son of Mohammad Amin of Kawari Kupwara said that the trio left their respectively homes for school on July 18 and did not return back since then.

“Today we lodged a missing report at Hatmulla police station,” Mushtaq Ahmad, father of Irfan Mushtaq, told GNS over phone. “We appeal Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and SSP Kupwara to intervene and see that they return home without any harm.” He said Irfan’s mother has been crying as she and other family members are worried about the son. A police officer confirmed that the missing report has been filed with the concerned police station. (GNS)

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