Hajin youth goes missing, family appeals for return

News Update

HAJIN — Family members of a 28-year-old youth, who has gone missing from April 08, have urged their son to return home and appealed government to help them in tracing him.

Reports reaching here said that Mohammad Akbar Dar son of Ghulam Qadir Dar, a resident of Parr Mohalla Hajin area of Bandipora, has been missing since April 08 when he left his home for regular work. “However, after routine work, he didn’t return to his home,” the reports said.

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Family sources said that Akbar went out of the house to do some work and his phone was switched off for a long time, so from that day he did not return home.

Family, however, said that they tried to locate him everywhere but couldn’t find any clue about his whereabouts despite lodging a missing report in Hajin Police Station.

A senior police officer said that they have received a missing complaint and a report has been lodged in the concerned police station.

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Senior Superintendent of Police Bandipora, Rahul Malik, said, “We are investigating the matter and search has been launched to trace the missing youth. We also request people to tell us if they know something about Akbar.”

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