Two More From South Kashmir Including Father Of Two Minor Girls Go Missing

Two More From South Kashmir Including Father Of Two Minor Girls Go Missing

Skinder Gul/ Sheikh Nadeem

Pulwma: Amid the reports of more youth going missing in the Kashmir valley, two more from South Kashmir have gone missing and their families have sought the help of the Jammu Kashmir Police and the locals to trace out these missing persons.
Locals from Tamulhal in Pulwama district of South Kashmir told The Kashmiriyat that Junaid Rashid, a brother of Army man, who was a first year student has gone missing from his home.
They said that Junaid has been missing for the past seven days, an official from the district confirmed that the family has filed a missing report.
Another man, Peer Mufti Altaf Hussain Shah, father of two minor girls from the Peerpora area of Nathipora in Dooru area of South Kashmir’s Islamabad (anantnag) district, according to his family has been missing since August 08.
Family members speaking to The Kashmiriyat said that Altaf who is a son of of Ghulam Mohammed Shah Peerpora Nathipora Dooru runs a Madrasa in Veering, Anantnag.
“He left home for Maghrib prayers, his family including two minor daughters, a wife have been in a complete state of distress since then,” a family member said.
An official posted in the District confirmed that the family has lodged a missing report as his phone has been switched off since then.
Both the families have sough public and Police help to trace the duo out. (Source Kashmiriyat)

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