Three Rajouri ‘labourers’ missing from weeks in Kashmir

Person Missing

SRINAGAR — Family members of three “labourers” from Rajouri district who are missing from last three weeks have filed a written report with police. The trio, aged 18, 21 26 years respectively, had last called their families on July 17 informing them they have reached Shopian and got a room on rent, according to their relative.

“They last called on July 17 when they informed the families that they have reached Shopian where they have taken a room on rent,” Lal Hussain, a relative of the missing persons, said.

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Asked about the reason for filing the missing report now, he said, “We thought there are connectivity problems in Kashmir for one or the other reasons and we were waiting that they will call soon. However, we thought it was enough and as such filed the missing report.” He urged authorities to take all measures to trace out the trio.

Residents of Dhar Sakri in Kotranka, the trio include Imtiaz Ahmad son of Sabar Hussein (26), Ibrar Ahmed son of Bagga Khan (18) and Ibrar Ahmed (21) son of Mohammad Yousuf.

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Station House Officer (SHO) Kotranka, Mustaj Ahmed said that a written report has been received in this regard.

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