Four people from Shopian goes missing in New Delhi

Four people from Shopian goes missing in New Delhi


Family’s lodges missing reports, police initiates investigation


Shopian, Nov 25 : Four people hailing from South Kashmir’s Shopian district have been missing since yesterday from New Delhi, families of the displaced youth said.

The families of the missing youth told Kashmir Despatch that they have not been able to get to contact their dear ones since yesterday and have lodged missing reports.

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As per the reports, two people along with the truck loaded have been missing from Azadpor Mandi, New Delhi.

The family sources have identified them as Yawar Ghulam Wani son of Ghulam Mohd Wani and Dawood Ahmad Thoker son of Mohd Yousuf Thoker, both are residents of Chakoora Shopian.

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While as reports further said, that two people have been missing from Jamia Masjid, New Delhi since yesterday.

The family sources have identified them as Suair Ahmad Wani, son of Abdul Rashid Wani resident of Shahlatoo Shopian and Arif Bilal Dar son of Bilal Ahmad Dar resident of Sharatpora Shopian.

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Meanwhile, a police officer told Kashmir Despatch that investigation has set into motion after the families lodged a missing report of their dear ones.

It is pertinent to mention here that it the second incident in the last five days.

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Earlier, last week, two sibling ferrying animals had gone missing from Uttar Pradesh.

The siblings who have were identified as Younis Ahmad Dar and Faisal Hassan Dar, who hailed from South Kashmir’s Kulgam district, were later traced from New Delhi.


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