Kashmiri man goes missing in Indian Punjab

Srinagar, July 13, 2021 (PPI-OT):In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, a north Kashmir family lodged a missing report at a police station after one of their members went missing in Ludhiana city of Indian Punjab. The man, along with his wife, was proceeding towards the house of his in-laws in Bihar but went missing during his stay in Ludhiana city. His wife who reached her home safely in Bihar informed the family of her husband back in IIOJK that lodged a missing report at police station Hajin.

One of the members of the missing person told media that the 35-years old labourer Gulzar Ahmed Khan, a resident of Chek Chandergeer who has married to a woman from Bihar had gone to visit the house of his in-laws in Bihar along with his wife.

He said during his stay in Ludhiana, he somehow lost contact with his wife and has been missing since then. His wife after reaching Bihar informed the same to his parents and now a missing report has been lodged in this regard at police station Hajin by his family members. Meanwhile, the family members of a 22-year-old missing youth in Sopore have urged their son to return home and appealed to the general public and police to help them in tracing him. The youth, identified as Tanveer Ahmad Waza, of Kushaal Matoo of Sopore in Baramulla district went missing last week.

Tanveer’s family told media that soon after he left home, they tried to contact him, but couldn’t get any response. “We called our relatives and his friends but could not find him anywhere,” they said, while appealing to their son to return home. After failing to trace him, the family has filed a missing report in Police Station Sopore.

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